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01-27-2010, 07:48 AM #1
GCN Club - "The Exeter Inqusition"
The Exeter Inquisition, a member of the Gaming Club Network is based in the Games Workshop Exeter Store at 31a Sidwell Street.
We meet every Tuesday, with official club hours running from 6pm to 10pm - though many of the regulars tend to start around 5pm. Attendance during club hours cost's £2.50 for those playing games and £1.50 for those not playing games, however your first session is FREE.
You must be 16 or over to attend a club night, food and drink (not alcholic) are permitted.
We play many Games Workshop games including, Warhammer 40,000, Warhammer Fantasy Battles, Warhammer Historicals, Battlefleet Gothic, Epic Armageddon, Bloodbowl, Talisman and Dark Heresy to name but a few.
As well as general gaming using all of GW Exeter's facilities we run regular Tournaments, Campaigns and Events on our club nights, regularly send teams to major events (such as the UK GT's) and also arrange semi-regular tournaments with other local clubs across the South West.
CURRENT/NEXT EVENT -
40k Map Based Campaign "The Emperor's Light"
FUTURE EVENTS -
Blood Bowl League
Dark Heresy RPG Campaign
Last edited by Col.Gravis; 01-28-2010 at 01:53 AM.Curious Constructs - http://www.curiousconstructs.co.ukKirton Games - http://www.kirtongames.com
01-28-2010, 01:45 AM #2The Exeter Inquisition Presents
A 40k Campaign
"The Emperor's Light"
“There she is gentlemen, I give you the Emperors Light!
Lost since the great crusade, the importance of this great ship that you see upon your view screens cannot be underestimated. Upon this giant Agri-Ship we believe lies a fragment of a Standard Template Construct, perhaps one of the greatest of them all! Imagine a device that not only has the power to destroy the ability of a world too support life, but one which enables us too create a complete ecosystem within only a few shorts months!
We few have been assembled to take and hold this ship at all cost’s, the price of failure can not even be spoken of. We have received reports from our scouts of an enemy fleet of comparable size to our own inbound to this location it, it would seem that our foes are as stretched to strike out for this asset as are we.
Assemble your forces, prepare to launch, time is of the essence.
We must prevail!”
The Exeter Inquisition are currently half way through a 40k map based campaign that see's the forces of light and darkness pitted against each other aboard an Agri-Ship, the 'Emperor's Light', aboard it if reports are to be believed lies a fragment of a functioning STC Terraforming device.
The campaign mechanics are simple, each player has a 750pt pool which they must submit to the campaign organiser as it can not be changed, from this they may select 500pt armies, following the standard FoC chart but with the only mandatory choices being a single Troops choice. Each player then alternates between playing offensive and defensive actions - for an offensive action you nominate a hex to attack on he map, find a player on the opposite side and play a game (with slightly altered mission and deployment zones and occasional random game effects caused by proximity to the STC device), if the aggressor wins they capture that territory. You should then play a defensive action, volunteering to be an opponent for the offensive action of a player on the other side. This means that a player can just attend one session for the whole of the campaign, or every session, it really does'nt matter as long as you have a great time!
Last edited by Col.Gravis; 01-28-2010 at 01:54 AM.Curious Constructs - http://www.curiousconstructs.co.ukKirton Games - http://www.kirtongames.com
01-28-2010, 03:12 AM #3
Last edited by Aldramelech; 03-18-2010 at 04:46 AM.To a New Yorker like you a hero is some kinda weird sandwich, not some nut who takes on three Tigers!
01-29-2010, 02:22 AM #4
Go for it if you've got the time, would be good to have you along!Curious Constructs - http://www.curiousconstructs.co.ukKirton Games - http://www.kirtongames.com
01-29-2010, 02:42 PM #5
Last edited by Aldramelech; 03-18-2010 at 04:40 AM.To a New Yorker like you a hero is some kinda weird sandwich, not some nut who takes on three Tigers!
02-04-2010, 06:24 AM #6
Sounds good to me!
As a side note Exeter Inquisition's club night on the 16th of February will not be going ahead due to a number of our members being at a tournament on that day and the fact that GW Exeter will for the same reason be stretched for staff on that evening.Curious Constructs - http://www.curiousconstructs.co.ukKirton Games - http://www.kirtongames.com
02-04-2010, 10:06 AM #7
Last edited by Aldramelech; 03-18-2010 at 05:16 AM.To a New Yorker like you a hero is some kinda weird sandwich, not some nut who takes on three Tigers!