Steamroller 2014

Privateer Press has just released the latest set of tournament rules for Warmachine and Hordes:

Steamroller 2014

Steamroller 2014 Rules

In Steamroller 2014 tournaments, players face off in a series of games and pit their skills against a gauntlet of opponents to determine who will emerge victorious. Steamroller is ideal for groups of 8 to 128 players and promotes fast and furious play while stressing the ability to adapt to a variety of scenarios.

Masters 2014 Rules

In Masters 2014 tournaments, players face off to prove that they are a master of their Warmachine or Hordes faction. In this format players bring multiple lists of their chosen faction, and battle over six carefully selected scenarios in a series of matches. These scenarios provide the arena with which to test a player’s knowledge, skill, and ability to adapt. Masters is ideal for convention level competitive play with groups of thirty-two or more players.

Iron Gauntlet 2014 Rules

Do you think you have what it takes to contend for the ultimate title in Warmachine and Hordes competitive play? Enter the Iron Gauntlet. Compete in Iron Gauntlet Qualifier events across the world for glory and a chance to earn a spot to compete against the very best of the best at the Iron Gauntlet: Warmachine & Hordes World Championship at Lock & Load GameFest 2014! In this epic confrontation one will emerge to claim the championship and earn the title “Best in the World.”

Hardcore 2014 Rules

In Hardcore 2014 tournaments, players face off in a series of games to test their mettle in an unforgiving environment. Insanely fast time limits, detailed painting requirements, and only one army list make this a format for experienced players who want to push the limits of their endurance and skill. Multiple awards also provide players with opportunities to claim victory even if they aren’t undefeated when the smoke clears.

About Kriegsspiele

Kriegsspiele (wargames) talks about tabletop wargaming: Warmachine and Hordes in particular; http://Kriegsspiele.me

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