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14-08-2007, 10:55
See details here. (http://www.warseer.com/forums/showthread.php?p=1826705#post1826705)


31-08-2007, 15:36
Just to let you all know that there's been an update. More to follow shortly.


03-12-2007, 16:11

This Saturday, folks. If you're not doing anything else, come along!


Dark Seraphs
03-12-2007, 16:36
I'd come, only that I dont live in England :(

03-12-2007, 19:43
Pathetic excuse. ;) However, it's going to be a regular feature of the second Saturday in December, so if you fancy making future holiday plans, you might like to build us in!


Dark Seraphs
04-12-2007, 01:13
That might be a nice plan, Maybe I'll even drag some of my palls from Iceland to join me.

But its in the Standard Inquisitor scale right?

14-12-2007, 14:08
How did this go? I was sorry to miss out, and I'd be keen to hear any feedback you got. It was a nicely thought out rulespack.

Inquisitor Castleman
30-12-2007, 11:01
How did it go?
Have I overlooked the thread containing all the info on the day and, most importantly, who won?

30-12-2007, 15:33
The results were posted on the Conclave, but i can tell you who won ;)

Link to results (http://www.specialist-games.com/inquisitor/forum_b/topic.asp?TOPIC_ID=10770)

Players feeling about the day and the answers to the quiz Here (http://www.specialist-games.com/inquisitor/forum_b/topic.asp?TOPIC_ID=10718)

04-01-2008, 16:38
Since PO hasn't turned up to post this himself, I hope he won't mind me posting this extract from his 'Inquis Ex Officio' newsletter which gives a good write-up of the day.


Our first ever such event had a smaller turnout than I was hoping for, with only ten players turning up to battle it out for the title. But what we lacked in quantity was more than made up for by quality. The Warhammer World staff outdid themselves, finding some terrific terrain for us. Although it was designed for Necromunda and the doors were, therefore, a little on the short side, I don't think any of the players were in the least bit bothered - proving that having dedicated 54mm terrain is definitely an optional extra for good gaming.

There were renegade smugglers, rogue psykers, radical inquisitors, dangerous aliens... you name it, it crawled out of the deep dark corners of the Imperium. Even the Traitor Legions showed their twisted and hateful faces in a moment of high drama punctuated from a cry of "MUAHAHAHA!!" from Game Master, Tony Wallace. No surprise that Tony took the award for Best GM away at the end of the day.

Modelling and painting standards were high across the board with tremendous imagination shown by all players (I don't think there was a single unconverted model to be seen). Dave "Kaled" Knowles was undisputed master of modelling, though. His Ogryn BONEhead, under the leadership of the accident-prone Inquisitor Drake Kaled, wowed not only the other participants but the Warhammer World staff as well. As well as Best Hobbyist, Dave would also claim the Third Place certificate for the day itself - a major achievement for a self-confessed novice!

There was a wide variation in playing styles, with those who relied on firepower and combat failing to make much of a mark on their testing objectives which strongly favoured players with a more imaginative approach. Free runners would have been delighted by the sight of characters leaping, climbing and swinging across gaps between buildings - Casino Royale has nothing on us! But it was Ross Webb who came out on top as Best Player, and Second Place overall.

Lunch was a hurried affair, split between munching down in the GW staff canteen (now open on Saturdays for Warhammer World players) and mulling over the fiendishly tricky "Inquisition" - a test of general Inquisitor knowledge that had even the biggest fan scratching his head. Neil Bass can be proud of solving an impressive 16 out of 25 of the most devious questions an Interrogator ever had to answer. Neil's victory was also enough to win him the Overall Winner prize and the title of Honorary High Lord. Congratulations, Neil!

The next Inquisitor Grand Tournament will be on Saturday 13 December 2008, with tickets going on sale in July/August 2008.

Dark Seraphs
05-01-2008, 04:04
The problem with me getting myself some inquisitor models is that I have to order them from the GW site, because they dont sell them here where I live...also its so expensive when the best part of modeling is converting (my favorit part of modeling)

Though I'd love to fight in a Inquisitor GT :p

Inquisitor Konig
08-02-2008, 07:15
Looking at all those pictures of the terrain makes me 1) wish I was back at Warhammer World and 2) wish my friend's still played Inquisitor... :(