TERRAIN


  • All tables will have 5 to 7 pieces of terrain on them, using the Clash of Kings 2018 Guidelines.
  • Terrain is pre-set on the tables. The terrain should NOT be removed, moved, re-adjusted, etc. We know that during an event that terrain does get moved around, so if you find yourself at a table that the terrain seems out of place or there are large areas with no terrain, call a judge or ATC staff over BEFORE you begin the game and have them re-set the terrain for that table.
  • Captain's should review the tables of all their players and call over an ATC staff member to fix any issues BEFORE the games begin.

KINGS OF WAR TEAM TOURNAMENT ATC

2018 Details

(REGISTRATION DEADLINE EXTENDED UNTIL JULY 8TH)

ABOUT


2 DAY EVENT - SATURDAY & SUNDAY

This year our ATC Kings of War Team Tournament will be a part of the KoW Master's Circuit and ran by Circuit staff! 

2018 will mark the third ATC Kings of War Team Event.

Prize Support will be provided by Mantic Games.


LOCATION

Camp Jordan-

323 Camp Jordan Pkwy
East Ridge, TN 37412
423-473-7125 (Dicehead Games & Comics direct line)

EVENTS REGISTRATION & DATES:



Registration Deadline for the KoW ATC is Sunday, July 8TH, 2018.

Registration for The ATC Event is done through Dicehead Games & Comics.


HOW TO REGISTER:

1 - REQUIRED information: You MUST include the information below in the "Add a notes to your order" section at checkout when you purchase your tickets HERE at DICEHEAD.COM.

  • The Full Name of the Team Captain. (Team members may be added/changed as needed
  • One ACTIVE email contact that is USED & CHECKED OFTEN for the Team Captain. (email contacts for EACH member is also recommended if possible)
  • The Name of the Team


2 - Purchase your team's tickets.  A Non-refundable prepayment of $30 per person ($90 per team) MUST be made to secure you team's place.  TICKETS MUST BE PURCHASED HERE AT DICEHEAD.COM

Army Lists for the 2018 Kings of War Event are due by end of day, Sunday, July 8TH, 2018.
email ALL players list  In kow2.easyarmy.com form, TOGETHER in ONE email to Sirhume@gmail.com with "ATC LISTS" in the Subject Line.

KINGS OF WAR EVENT TIMES:

Saturday, July 14th (4 Games)

8:00am – 9:00 Check in / Table Assignments
9:00 – 11:00 Game 1
11:00 – 12:00 Lunch Break / Paint Judging
12:00 – 2:00 Game 2
2:00 – 2:15 Break
2:15 – 4:15 Game 3
4:15 – 4:30 Break
4:30 – 6:30 Game 4

Sunday July 15th (2 Games)

8:00am – 8:30 Check in
8:30 – 10:30 Game 5
10:30 – 10:45 Break
11:00 – 1:00 Game 6
1:30 Awards

You can call : (423) 473-7125 IF you need further assistance, but we would prefer email correspondence as much as possible.



2018 PLAYER PACK


The 2018 Player Pack includes all the information on Pairings, Missions, Scoring and General Tournament Information.





AWARDS:


We look forward to seeing a full event and here is a list of some of the awards that will be given at the end of the event:

- Grand Team Champions (Best Overall Team Score)
- 2nd Place (2nd Highest Team Score)
- 3rd Place (3rd Highest Team Score)
- Best Painted Team

Team and Army Building Guidelines


  • 3-Man Teams - Each Team will be made up of 3 players that will play individual games against the players of other 3 player teams.
  • An Army Race may not be repeated on a team. (Example: A team may not have more than one Ogre Army between the 3 players.) This includes the use of allied armies on a team. Basically, no race may be repeated anywhere on a team.
  • 2500 Points Per Player
  • Clash of Kings 2018 and all formations may be used when building an army.
  • Armies must be fully painted to a 3 color minimum.
  • New Rules and New Armies Cutoff: Any new armies or rules releasing after Sunday June 10th, 2018 will NOT be in use/allowed.
  • Army Lists for the 2018 Kings of War Event are due by end of day, Sunday, June 24th 2018.
    email ALL players list  In kow2.easyarmy.com form, TOGETHER in ONE email to sirhuma@gmail.com with "ATC LISTS" in the Subject Line.


QUESTIONS OR CONCERNS?

If you have any questions, take another look over the page and if you still can't find what you need, EMAIL us at sirhuma@gmail.com with "ATC QUESTION" in the Subject Line.



TEAM INTERACTION


Players or By-Standers may NOT help each other out during game play (unless your opponent chooses to help you out for some reason). Players doing this will receive One (1) warning and after that their team will have points deducted from their current round up to a max of total game points for the round per player involved depending on the seriousness of the affect towards the outcome of the game. By-Standers will be asked to leave the premises if this becomes an issue with them. 
It is the player’s sole responsibility to inform the ATC staff of any such issue. 

PAINTING, MODELLING & COMPOSITION


  • ALL models in your army must be painted to a minimum 3 colors and bases must be painted or flocked. Any army/models not meeting these requirements will be removed from the table.
  • Players caught playing more than the specified points limit will receive at the minimum a current round loss and possibly a round loss for every game before and will not be able to continue until the list is corrected and approved by ATC staff.
  • Mantic models are NOT required, but the models used MUST accurately represent the game piece it is being used for.
  • Players are responsible for bringing a Legal Army List. If you have any second guesses or doubts, it is your responsibility to double check with the ATC staff BEFORE coming to the event. Players found playing with an illegal list will not be allowed to continue in the event until the list is corrected and may suffer a deduction of all points awarded up to the time in the event when the illegal list is discovered.
  • A player that is found to be playing a different list other than the list presented to the ATC staff and other players will be penalized according to ATC staff judgement/assessment of the situation. 



GENERAL REQUIREMENTS


  • You need to bring everything you need to play a complete game - FAQ(s), a copy of your Army Rules, templates, dice, tape measure, etc.
  • 7 Copies of your army list are REQUIRED. Any delays caused by a player not having these lists may result in a team point reduction penalty.
  • Due to space requirements and physical table setup, It is strongly recommended that each player bring a display table or tray with legs to place their books and unused models on during the event. 
  • The venue has a concrete floor. Rubber floor mats made for standing on hard floors for long periods of time are highly recommended.


SPORTSMANSHIP


  • Sportsmanship will be taken into account. Sportsmanship is always a very important factor in all of our events. We are playing a game (supposedly for fun) and any unsportsmanlike behavior will not be tolerated. Players yelling or being abusive towards other players or ATC staff will be removed from the event and may face a possible ban in future events. There will be a reasonable warning and penalty system in effect.
  • Any Sportsmanship Scores implemented at the event are used only to help inform the event coordinators and judges of any conduct issues that may need to be addressed and for determining any Sportsmanship Awards.  These scores do NOT factor into the overall Team Score.
  • Slow Play.  Intentional slow play is poor sportsmanship!
  1. Teams taking armies or players that take a lot of time should train hard to be able to finish games within the allotted time frame or not take said armies or players to the ATC. It is the responsibility of the players, not the referees, to make sure games complete. Teams need to factor this into both their list design and their playtesting or suffer possible consequences. If it looks like a game will not reach its end, even early on in the game, then it should be brought immediately to the attention of the referees who will decide if any warnings or penalties are required.
  2. It is both players responsibility to ensure games finish in time. Any game that gets reported where players do not play the minimum amount of turns will see both players receive an official warning. If your opponent is too slow, ask him/her to speed up, if it doesn't help, get a judge to help speed things up. If that doesn't happen then overall team score penalties may be applied.
  3. Consecutive games where there is the suspicion of slow play will see players that were previously warned incur a points penalty. Thereafter any instance of slow play as deemed by the referees instantly incurs further penalties, cumulatively within even a single round if required.