The London Wargaming Guild presents:The Bad Moon GT Series - FINAL (INVITE ONLY)

The London Warhammer Gaming Guild
The London Warhammer Gaming Guild
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The FINAL of the Bad Moon GT is upon us! Who will take the crown?

- Organised by the London Wargaming Guild in partnership with The Bad Moon Cafe held at their fantastic venue in Borough, London.

Time to find out who's top dog in the Big Smoke...


A 30 person two day Warhammer 40K ITC Tournament in London, with great prizes and a brand-new event space from veteran 40K event organisers London Warhammer Gaming Guild in partnership with Bad Moon Cafe.

As with all London Wargaming Guild events, there will be a strong emphasis on sportsmanship. We expect players to come along and have a good time and be respectful to their opponents.

What is it?
A 40k singles event played over two days, using the ITC Champions missions.
You'll play 5 games with 3 hour round times
Find out more about the ITC here:

Where is it?
The new and wonderful Bad Moon Cafe, Borough, London.

How many people will be there?
32 players

What are the restrictions?
- 2000 points
- Battleforged armies
- Up to 3 detachments
Duplicate detachments and Forgeworld units are allowed. Bring out those goodies!
There will also be a minimum three colour painting standard

How much is it?
Tickets are £30
- We've added people who have qualified to the attending list, but please remember to click the button and follow the process through to payment as usual.

What will I win?
- Prizes for 1st, 2nd, and 3rd, Wooden Spoon
- Best Painted
- Sportsmanship prize

1. Andrew Bourbon
2. Antonio Aparicio Lopez
3. Boris Michev
4. Colm McCarthy
5. Daniil Osudin
6. Jack Millership
7. James Grover
8. James Pilkington
9. John King
10. Kristjan Blondal
11. Louis Fitzsimmons
12. Matt Davis
13. Ollie Wheeler
14. Rob Madeley
15. Simon Priddis
16. Tim Brinded
17. Tom Lewis

a note on chess clocks - ITC Chess Clock rules. It is not a long document so it would be good if people can have a quick read, in case your opponent wants to use one: