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Danieltheviking
post Mar 21 2015, 01:28 PM
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I really liked the inclusion of other systems besides 40k at GH last year and i'm definitely keen to give Warmahordes a crack at this years GH. Are there any other systems that interest people?


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QUOTE(Danieltheviking @ Mar 21 2015, 01:28 PM) *

I really liked the inclusion of other systems besides 40k at GH last year and i'm definitely keen to give Warmahordes a crack at this years GH. Are there any other systems that interest people?

Organizing a Tournament is a lot of effort and it's great that Adam & Co. gave it a crack with the other systems.

Unfortunately the other systems don't get a lot of love, even Warmahordes are other events struggle to crack 30+ players ... obvious the bigger Warmahordes get much more people and generally from interstate. Systems like Infinity, Bolt Action, Flames of War, etc ... are still in their infancy and have yet to make major in roads in the Wargaming community.

GH can turn into it's own Wargaming Convention ... it all about get the right balance. It can happen and a weekend in Geelong = alot of drinking cool.gif



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