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Game Points, Hobby Points, and Journeyman Points. Game Points are earned for playing against other players in the
league using that week’s rules, Hobby Points are earned for painting models, Journeyman Points are the sum of Game
Points and Hobby Points.
Each week, rules are set to restrict the size and general composition of players’ armies. This will help encourage an
environment that is enjoyable for players who may take longer to become accustomed to the rules of the game.Patch prizes are awarded for initial participation, continued participation, and championship awards. There are four rank
award patches that all players may earn by participating in the league. There are three championship award patches a
player may earn if he qualifies.
Championship Awards (one of each per league)
Destroyer Award (Skull): Most Game Points
Creator Award (Flag): Most Hobby Points
Journeyman Award (Crown): Most Journeyman Points
Rank Awards (obtainable by all players)
Rank 1: League Entry
Rank 2: 10 Journeyman Points
Rank 3: 20 Journeyman Points
Rank 4: 30 Journeyman Points
The awarded rank patches are modular. All players begin with the Rank 1 centerpiece patch and may earn additional
chevrons up to Rank 4. Each rank patch is placed below the previous patch in order. Any Championship patches a player
wins are placed at the top of their earned ranks, as follows.
Centerpiece (Rank 1)
Chevron (Rank 2)
Chevron (Rank 3)
Chevron (Rank 4)
Players earn Game Points by playing league format games. Wins are worth 3 points each. Losses and draws are worth 2
Players earn Hobby Points for painting models in the faction they are playing within the league. These models do not have
to be used at any time during a league game. For a painted model to score Hobby Points, it must meet the requirements
listed in the Painting Requirements section. Hobby Points are awarded only for models painted during the course of this league. Models painted prior to the start of the league do not count. Use the list below to determine how many Hobby
Points a given model/unit is worth.
Warcasters, warlocks, warbeasts, warjacks, and solos: 3 points for a large-based model, 2 points for mediumbased
model, and 1 point for small-based model
Battle engines: 5 points
Units of two models: 2 points
Units of three to six models: 3 points
Units of seven or more models: 4 points
Units of only medium-based models: 1 additional point
Units of only large-based models: 2 additional points
A unit can earn Hobby Points once it is completed at minimum size. If the player later adds to that unit and paints the
remaining models, he earns Hobby Points equal to the difference between the Hobby Points for the total unit size and the
minimum unit size.
Example: Billy paints six Exemplar Errants and earns 3 Hobby Points for his minimum unit. During the league Billy adds
four more Exemplar Errants and the UA, which he also paints. He then receives an additional 1 Hobby Point.
Solos, warcasters, and warlocks that comprise multiple figures are worth Hobby Points corresponding to the base size of
each individual model: 3 points for a large-based model, 2 points for medium-based model, and 1 point for small–based
Example: The Witch Coven is worth 5 Hobby Points when fully painted: 1 point each for the three small-based Witches
and 2 points for the medium-based Egregore. The dragoon Fenris is worth 4 Hobby Points when fully painted: 3 for the
large-based model and 1 for the small-based model.
If two players are tied for most Hobby Points, the player with the most Game Points wins the Creator Award.
If two players are tied for most Game Points, the player with the most Hobby Points wins the Destroyer Award.
If two players are tied for most Journeyman Points, the player with the smallest difference between his total Hobby Points
and his total Game Points wins the Journeyman Award.
If these tiebreaker conditions still result in a tie, the winner of the last game played between the tied players wins the
contended award. If these players did not play each other during the course of the league, they do so at this point to
determine the winner of the award using the week 6 rules.
Games played during the league will follow this schedule:
Week Army Composition Scenario
1 Battlegroup box set only Mangled Metal / Tooth and Claw
2 15 points: Battlegroup box set contents required Kill Box
3 25 points: Battlegroup box set contents required Kill Box
4 25 points: Battlegroup box set contents required (’caster swap
allowed) Kill Box
5 35 points: Battlegroup box set contents required (original or
swapped ‘caster allowed) Kill Box or Killing Fields
6 35 points: No restrictions Kill Box or Killing Fields
Protectorate of Menoth (Two-Player Battle Box Alternative)
High Exemplar Kreoss, Vanquisher, Crusader, Repenter
Retribution of Scyrah
Kaelyssa the Night’s Whisper, Manticore, Griffon, Chimera
Mercenaries (Four Star Syndicate Option 1)
Magnus the Traitor, Mangler, Renegade, Talon
Mercenaries (Four Star Syndicate Option 2, Searforge Commission, Highborn Covenant Option 1)
Gorten Grundback. Ghordson Driller, Grundback Gunners x3
Mercenaries (Four Star Syndicate Option 3, Highborn Covenant Option 2, Talion Charter)
Captain Bartolo Montador, Mariner, Freebooter, Buccaneer
Minions (Thornfall Alliance)
Lord Carver, War Hog, Gun Boar x2
Minions (Blindwater Congregation)
Bloody Barnabas, Blackhide Wrastler, Ironback Spitter