Warhammer 40,000 9th Edition

9th Edition for Warhammer 40,000 Releases on July 25th! There are several amazing items coming out, but none more impressive than the Indomitus Starter Set – available for only a limited time. We have put together some awesome Preorder Specials which will include our Indomitus Celebration Pack which will have all kinds of goodies in it – trust us it’s gonna be sweet!

Reserve yours now before it’s too late! #new40k #bkg

40K Doubles Tournament MAR

When: Saturday, March 14th, 11:00am (Registration begins at 10am)

Entry Fee: $20.00 -or- 6 Hero’s Rewards – Includes a pizza lunch / Participant

Stronghold Members: Get a Hero’s Reward for participating.

Format: 3 Rounds, 1000 points Doubles (Teams of 2). We will use the Best Coast Parings program to track.  Scenarios will be chosen from the ITC scenarios, rulebook, and/or Chapter Approved.  Deathclocks will be utilized.  This is not an ITC event.

Armies: We encourage our players to have all their models be WYSIWYG (What you see it what you get) to avoid possible confusion for your opponents. Simple conversions are allowed, but anything more extreme, or model substitutions, must be approved by the event organizer. We encourage you to always double check with us in advance before using non WYSIWYG models.

Prizes: $20.00 per person (minus the cost of lunch) is all put towards the prize pool. Prizes given for Top three teams, best painted (individual) and best sportsmanship (team).

Teams:

  • Each team’s army is classified as the same army with the restriction of one faction per team removed. Each player’s individual army still has this restriction.
  • Maximum 2 detachments per player
  • Interactions for specific factions/abilities can work between ally armies providing they all contain the required key words. This does not mean you can name two different factions the same key word to try and circumvent this rule. (an ork weirdboy cannot use da jump on a unit of space marines even if the space marine chapter you chose to name them is “speed freaks”)
  • Unique Characters are unique to the entire team army (no armies with two Sly Marbos or two Magnus the Reds etc.)
  • Strategems can only be used once per team per phase and all command points are shared. (3 for battleforged + the amount generated by detachments in both players lists)

40K ITC Tournament FEB

When: Saturday, February 29th, 11:00am (Registration begins at 10am)

Entry Fee: $20.00 -or- 6 Hero’s Rewards – Includes a pizza lunch

Stronghold Members: Get a Hero’s Reward for participating.

Format: 3 Rounds, 2000 points. We will use the Best Coast Parings program to track.  Scenarios will be chosen from the ITC scenarios.  Deathclocks will be utilized.  This is an ITC event so the results will be sent in and tabulated in the ITC system.

Armies: We encourage our players to have all their models be WYSIWYG (What you see it what you get) to avoid possible confusion for your opponents. Simple conversions are allowed, but anything more extreme, or model substitutions, must be approved by the event organizer. We encourage you to always double check with us in advance before using non WYSIWYG models.

Prizes: $20.00 per person (minus the cost of lunch) is all put towards the prize pool. Prizes given for Top three players, best painted and best sportsman.

40K New Year’s Apocalypse

It’s become a tradition here at BKG to run a big Apocalypse game of Warhammer 40,000 on the first of the year, and we’re not about to break that tradition!

When: Wednesday, January 1st, 2019, 11:00am

Entry Fee: $10.00

Forces:  Max 500 PL. One faction. WYSIWIG is not important. New apocalypse rules apply !

Prizes: $10.00 per participant will be put in a prize pool.  Prizes distributed for cool moments that happen and epic play!

Ring in the new year by blowing up some Xenos…and Chaos…and Imperium for good measure.

40K Tournament JAN

When: Saturday, January 11th, 11:00am (Registration begins at 10am)

Entry Fee: $20.00 -or- 6 Hero’s Rewards – Includes a pizza lunch

Stronghold Members: Get a Hero’s Reward for participating.

Format: 3 Rounds, 1500 points. We will use the Best Coast Parings program to track.  Scenarios will be chosen from the ITC scenarios, rulebook, and/or Chapter Approved.  Deathclocks will be utilized if either player wishes.  This is not an ITC event.

Armies: We encourage our players to have all their models be WYSIWYG (What you see it what you get) to avoid possible confusion for your opponents. Simple conversions are allowed, but anything more extreme, or model substitutions, must be approved by the event organizer. We encourage you to always double check with us in advance before using non WYSIWYG models.

Prizes: $20.00 per person (minus the cost of lunch) is all put towards the prize pool. Prizes given for Top three players, best painted and best sportsmanship.

40k Holiday Tournament

When the Holiday season is upon us our events take on a more noble spin.  For several years our 40K Tournaments in December have been dedicated to charity, and this year is no exception!  Join us, for Christmas Tree of Might 4!

When: Saturday, December 28th, 11:00am (Registration begins at 10am)

Entry Fee: $20.00 // 6 Hero’s Rewards – Includes a pizza lunch

Stronghold Members: Get a Hero’s Reward for participating.

Format: 3 Rounds, 1850 points, we will use the Best Coast Parings program to track.  Scenarios will be chosen from the ITC scenarios, rulebook, and/or Chapter Approved.  Deathclocks will be utilized.  This is not an ITC event. Expect the scenarios to have a holiday spin 😉

Prizes: All proceeds will go to charity!  This year we are supporting the Chorus Radio Christmas Tree of Hope Campaign.  Prizes will be fun stuff that has been donated by BKG, and other organizers.

So don your best ‘Elmet, and unload your Blasta for a good cause!

40K Doubles Tournament NOV

When: Saturday, November 16, 11:00am (Registration begins at 10am)

Entry Fee: $20.00 -or- 6 Hero’s Rewards – Includes a pizza lunch / Participant

Stronghold Members: Get a Hero’s Reward for participating.

Format: 3 Rounds, 1000 points Doubles (Teams of 2). We will use the Best Coast Parings program to track.  Scenarios will be chosen from the ITC scenarios, rulebook, and/or Chapter Approved.  Deathclocks will be utilized.  This is not an ITC event.

Armies: We encourage our players to have all their models be WYSIWYG (What you see it what you get) to avoid possible confusion for your opponents. Simple conversions are allowed, but anything more extreme, or model substitutions, must be approved by the event organizer. We encourage you to always double check with us in advance before using non WYSIWYG models.

Prizes: $20.00 per person (minus the cost of lunch) is all put towards the prize pool. Prizes given for Top three teams, best painted (individual) and best sportsmanship (team).

Teams:

  • Each team’s army is classified as the same army with the restriction of one faction per team removed. Each player’s individual army still has this restriction.
  • Maximum 2 detachments per player
  • Interactions for specific factions/abilities can work between ally armies providing they all contain the required key words. This does not mean you can name two different factions the same key word to try and circumvent this rule. (an ork weirdboy cannot use da jump on a unit of space marines even if the space marine chapter you chose to name them is “speed freaks”)
  • Unique Characters are unique to the entire team army (no armies with two Sly Marbos or two Magnus the Reds etc.)
  • Strategems can only be used once per team per phase and all command points are shared. (3 for battleforged + the amount generated by detachments in both players lists)

40K Call to Arms Finale

You’ve been working hard for months, or maybe you’ve be scrambling for weeks, or maybe you’re thinking that you still have time to do this – either way you should join us for our Call to Arms Finale event!

The Call to Arms Finale is simply a party that we host after close on Sunday, for all our C2A participants. Complete or not, anyone in the Call to Arms is welcome.

When: Sunday, October 6, 5:00pm

Entry Fee: None, if you are in the Call to Arms you are welcome!

Event Details: We’ll be showing off our armies, playing some pick up games, and eating some pizza that Jay’s gotta buy since he probably won’t be done his army yet.

Showcase voting: We’ll also have some cool prizes for those with the most impressive looking armies and miniatures! Show off your painting chops, and vote on your favourite Call to Arms entries!

So join us for a celebration of your efforts and those of the BKG 40K Community, and don’t forget your Call to Arms stamp card so we can get you all stamped up!

40K Tournament OCT

When: Saturday, October 19th, 11:00am (Registration begins at 10am)

Entry Fee: $20.00 -or- 6 Hero’s Rewards – Includes a pizza lunch

Stronghold Members: Get a Hero’s Reward for participating.

Format: 3 Rounds, 2000 points. We will use the Best Coast Parings program to track.  Scenarios will be chosen from the ITC scenarios, rulebook, and/or Chapter Approved.  Deathclocks will be utilized.  This is not an ITC event.

Armies: We encourage our players to have all their models be WYSIWYG (What you see it what you get) to avoid possible confusion for your opponents. Simple conversions are allowed, but anything more extreme, or model substitutions, must be approved by the event organizer. We encourage you to always double check with us in advance before using non WYSIWYG models.

Prizes: $20.00 per person (minus the cost of lunch) is all put towards the prize pool. Prizes given for Top three players, best painted and best sportsmanship.

40K ITC Tournament

When: Saturday, September 21st, 11:00am (Registration begins at 10am)

Entry Fee: $20.00 -or- 6 Hero’s Rewards – Includes a pizza lunch

Stronghold Members: Get a Hero’s Reward for participating.

Format: 3 Rounds, 1850 points. We will use the Best Coast Parings program to track.  Scenarios will be chosen from the ITC scenarios.  Deathclocks will be utilized.  This is an ITC event so the results will be sent in and tabulated in the ITC system.

Armies: We encourage our players to have all their models be WYSIWYG (What you see it what you get) to avoid possible confusion for your opponents. Simple conversions are allowed, but anything more extreme, or model substitutions, must be approved by the event organizer. We encourage you to always double check with us in advance before using non WYSIWYG models.

Prizes: $20.00 per person (minus the cost of lunch) is all put towards the prize pool. Prizes given for Top three players, best painted and best sportsman.