|Retailers: Pre-Order Your Winter 2014 Tournament Kits
Announcing New Tournament Kits for Warhammer: Diskwars
|Warhammer: Diskwars | Published 30 July 2014|
With a movement system unique to the game, Warhammer: Diskwars continues to expand and build new game communities around the world. The Winter 2014 Warhammer: Diskwars Tournament Kit comes with an event guide and new promotional materials to help support tournaments, league play, or any other event you wish to run. The order deadline for these kits is August 20th, and the Winter season begins in November.
What is a Tournament Kit?
Tournament Kits are for our competitive games, such as Warhammer: Diskwars, Android: Netrunner, and X-Wing™. These kits include prize support and promotional material designed to support competitive or casual tournament play at local retailers. The kit includes a guide to supporting an eight-week tournament series, but the kit can also be used to host a single tournament, more casual game nights or leagues, or whatever suits your local play environment best. If you’re looking for kits to support our casual games, such as Descent: Journeys in the Dark Second Edition and The Lord of the Rings: The Card Game, check out our Game Night Kits.
What’s in the Winter 2014 Warhammer: Diskwars Tournament Kit?
Each Winter 2014 Warhammer: Diskwars Tournament Kit comes with everything a retailer needs to support and grow a local community:
Please note: The scenario cards in this kit are produced through FFG's In-House Manufacturing, and as such, they may appear slightly different in color and texture from the game's other cards.
Are You a Retailer?
If you’re interested in ordering a Winter 2014 Warhammer: Diskwars Tournament Kit, you can do so through your distributor or through our B2B store. The deadline to order is August 20th, with the season starting in November.
Warhammer: Diskwars is an epic game of heroes, armies, and brutal warfare for 2 - 4 players. At the game's heart art its disks, which represent heroes and units from the Old World. These maneuver across the battlefield by flipping end over end, and if any two disks overlap at the end of the round, they must fight!