Wizard Games will host a Dust Warfare Regionals tournament in Gothenburg, Sweden on June 15. The page doesn’t have much info about the event right now, but as it’s Regionals it’ll probably be a 300 AP event.
If you’re in the area and plan to go, get in touch with Wizard Games for more information (and ask them to update the page!).
Dust War has announced the next tournament in their 2013 series, called “The Good, the Bad, and the Dusty”. It’ll take place at Hit Point Hobbies in Aberdeen, NC on July 20, 2013, and will be a 300 AP event.
For more information, have a look at the announcement on Dust War’s Facebook page, and if you’re logged into Facebook be sure to ask any questions you have about the event.
Operation Buttercup is a Dust Warfare tournament which will take place in Dandenong, a suburb of Melbourne, Australia, on Saturday, August 10. Hosted by the D.O.G club, it’ll be a 350 AP event, starting at 09:00 and ending at 18:00. Entry fees cost AUD$15 for D.O.G members, AUD$20 for non-members.
For more information and to claim your spot, email fattdex AT hotmail.com.
Gamers’ Vault in Montreal, Canada, will host the Dust Warfare Montreal Regionals tournament on Sunday, May 26th. It’ll be a 300 AP event, and first prize, as always, will be entry into Worlds 2013 (and the chance to represent the area!). Of course, participation isn’t restricted to just local players, so why not make it a road trip?
Entry costs CAD$15 for store members, and CAD$20 for everyone else. Registration will be at 12pm and the first round will kick off at 1pm. Check out the Gamers’ Vault site for contact details and the address. Thanks to Guru for the heads-up in the FFG forums.
Jester’s Playhouse in Northfield, NJ, will host the New Jersey Dust Warfare Regionals tournament on Saturday, May 11. First prize is, of course, entry into Worlds 2013, and other prizes include suppression tokens and dog tags. The action kicks off at 2pm.
The AP limit isn’t stated, but as it’s a Regionals event it’ll probably be 300 AP. Head over to the Jester’s Playhouse website for the address and contact information.
Dropzone Games in Glen Burnie, MD, has kicked off an escalation league for Dust Warfare. The 12 week league, meeting on Wednesdays, already held its first engagement earlier this week, but there’s still another 11 weeks to play if you’d like to get involved.
In a clever twist, the first three weeks of the league will be armour-only, followed by three weeks of infantry-only. This will give players the chance to focus on playing each unit type. The six weeks after that will see combined arms play with every unit type eligible for play.
Check out the Dropzone Games website for times and their address.
Following on from yesterday’s post about his tournament in Singapore, enrgie at Anything But Ones has followed up with batreps from game 2 and game 3 from the tournament. As with the report on the first game, photos are included in abundance.
Both of these games were against SSU armies, with different settings on the battle builder. Head over and find out what happened!
At Anything But Ones, enrgie has posted part 1 of his tournament report from a recent 300 AP tournament in Singapore. He played an Axis force with a large unit count, and as usual has included plenty of photos into the report.
enrgie also included his army list in the post. Have a read and find out how things went.
At BoardGameGeek, Michael Jordal has posted some photos he snapped at last weekend’s Dust Warfare Regionals tournament at the FFG Game Center in Roseville, MN. It seems that the tournament was played over a variety of terrain, including this snow table.
I like the Wotan-AR and the Striker in that shot, nice painting! Check out the post for more photos from the event, and also some nice shots of miniatures from Mice & Mystics (a great board game from Plaid Hat Games).
Epic Loot Games and Comics has announced that it will host the 2013 FFG Regionals event for Ohio, on May 18-19. The Dust Warfare Regionals tournament will take place on Sunday, May 19 at 1pm at the store in Centerville, OH.
No further details are known at the moment, but should be on the website soon. If you have any burning questions that can’t wait, get in touch with the TO at: brian (at) epiclootgames.com. Thanks to @weinas on Twitter for the heads-up.
Huzzah Hobbies will host the Virginia Dust Warfare Regionals tournament this Saturday, April 6th. It’ll be a 300 AP tournament over 3 rounds, starting at 11am (registration at 10.30) and ending around 7pm, with breaks during the day.
Units from Campaign Book Icarus will be legal at the event, and of course there will be prizes! Check out the FFG forum post for full tournament details, and the HH website for location details.
The date of the Dust Warfare Regionals tournament at Tabletop Nation has changed. The tournament will now take place on June 29, and will be part of a larger event called Dust Day UK.
Dust Warfare will kick off proceedings early in the morning with a 300 AP tournament over 4 rounds, and later in the evening the 300 AP Dust Tactics tournament will try to find a winner over 4 rounds on the grid. According to the event page, other activities are also in the works and will be announced in time.
Tickets for both tournaments are available now and cost £7 per tournament. Spectator tickets are free, but you’ll need a ticket to watch as capacity is limited. Up to 36 players can register for each tournament, so don’t leave it too long if you want to play!
Dust War has announced Dust Bowl, the next event in their 2013 tournament schedule (and nothing to do with the Team Fortress map of the same name). It’ll be a 300 AP affair and will take place on Saturday, April 20 (two days after Warfare’s birthday!), at Hit Point Hobbies in Aberdeen, NC.
Registration will be open soon for up to 24 players, so when it opens be sure to get in quick if you’d like to play! Keep an eye on Dust War and UF to find out when that happens.
Mandatory Fun, a game store in Colorado Springs, CO, will be starting a Dust Warfare escalation league this Friday, March 15. The league will run for 6 weeks, and will start at 150 AP. The AP limit will go up to 300 AP in week 3, and eventually 450 AP in week 5.
If you can make it to the store and would like to play, head to the store’s Facebook page (login required) to register your interest. The store is located at 722 Cheyenne Meadows Road, Colorado Springs, Colorado and is open from 10am to 11:45pm on Fridays. Thanks to Jason for the pointer on the Dust FB group.
Pair-A-Dice Games in Rochester, NY, will host a Dust Warfare tournament on Sunday, March 24. It’ll be a 200AP event over 3 rounds of combat and will cost $10 to enter. It all kicks off at 10am on the day.
For full details and to register your interest, have a look at this forum thread on the Pair-A-Dice forums. Thanks, Chris Cook, for the pointer on the FFG forums.
Esdevium Games has revealed the sole date for the 2013 UK Dust Warfare Regionals tournament. It’ll take place at Tabletop Nation (listed in the article as Wayland Games) in Hockley, Essex on April 13, 2013.
It’s a shame that more locations weren’t added, but at least the UK has one Dust Warfare regionals this year! Hopefully, next year’s schedule will offer more venues to fight at for a Worlds place.
It’s up to UK players to make this a well-attended event, both to support the game and to show that players are out there. Get your army together, and see you on the 6×4 battlefield!
Over on the official Dust Facebook group, Rick has posted plenty of photos from the Southwest Dust Day, which was held in Phoenix, AZ last weekend. It seems a lot of fun was had by all, including the excellent cosplayers playing the leading ladies of Dust.
No login is required to view the photos, so why not head over and have a look?
Rules for the Dust Warfare tournament at The Indy Open 2013 have been posted on the event’s website. The 300 AP tournament will see 4 rounds of battle starting at 10am and finishing at 5.30pm, and will use the current official tournament rules.
The entry fee is $10 and the tournament will take place on Sunday, March 3rd, 2013. Registration is still open and you can register online for the event at the Indy Open website. Places are limited, though, so if you want to play then register soon!
FFG has revealed the schedule for the 2013 US Dust Warfare Regionals season. A total of 11 locations across the United States will host Regionals events, which will begin on April 6 and end on June 15.
Check out the post for a link to find your nearest event, then go along, compete and support Dust Warfare! No international locations have been revealed yet, but according to FFG those will be announced “soon”.
Conquest 2013 is an annual gaming convention held every Easter in Melbourne, Australia, and this year Dust Warfare will be there! The event will be called Eastern SMERSH and will take place on Saturday, March 30.
The tournament will be a 300 AP fight over 4 rounds of play, starting at 9am. Army lists will be required on the day (for presenting to your opponent). Registration isn’t open yet but you can RSVP your interest on the tournament’s Facebook page.