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Toronto Registration – NOW OPEN!

Posted: April 28, 2014 by The Master of the Adeptus Administratum in Events, News
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We have officially opened registration for the much anticipated Toronto event taking place this July.

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Spaces for Toronto are always highly prized so we encourage you to register as soon as you can to secure your spot at this year’s event!

For those players planning on bringing terrain to help with the event and/or wanting to enter in this year’s Best Terrain competition, please contact the Organizers so we can plan accordingly!

More details with regards to the venue and accommodations will be up later this week.

We look forward to another fantastic event in Toronto and hope to see you there!

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Astronomi-con Toronto – Room for a few more!

Posted: June 20, 2013 by The Master of the Adeptus Administratum in Events, News, Rules
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We’re a month away from our Toronto event and I’m pleased to say that we’ve reached the 60 player milestone!

We do have the ability to add a few more players, so if you still have a chance to be part of this year’s event.

A reminder that army lists should be sent to:  armylist@astronomi-con.com
We’d like to have everyone send in their lists by the end of June so that we have time to go over them to ensure correctness, as well as to score composition.
Army lists should be submitted in the following formats:  HTML, PDF, DOC, DOCX, XLS, XLSX, TXT

For those with Army Builder, please save your roster as a PDF and send it our way.

Be sure to include the following information:

  Your Name 
  Codex
  Identify the Warlord
  Warlord Trait
  The number of Psychic Powers and specific Disciplines for each psykers
  Force Organization slot for each unit
  Points cost of each unit
  Wargear options purchased for each unit

My fellow co-organizer Keith will likely have more to say on this subject as he’s taking care of verification and Composition scoring, but I wanted to give everyone a reminder at this point to get people thinking about their armies.