The 2017 Unplugged GT for Kings of War

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The 2017 Unplugged GT for Kings of War

Post by Dez » Thu Mar 30, 2017 9:33 am

Hey all,

I know some of you play Kings of War, so I thought I'd post up

Great group of people, they used to come to our Fantasy tournaments back in the day. It's close by too!

2017 Unplugged Grand Tournament

The Unplugged Gamers are proud to announce that the 2017 Unplugged GT will be held on April 21-23 in Hartford, Connecticut. We will be playing 5 games of Kings of War. There will be a maximum capacity of 72 players at the event.

Please take a moment to check out our sponsors:
Mierce Miniatures –
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The Unplugged GT will be using Warscore tournament software. Check it out at

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Please use the button below to purchase your ticket to the 2017 Unplugged GT. Tickets are $75+tax each and include entrance to the event as well as lunch for both Saturday and Sunday. Ticket sales are processed manually, so the registration page will be updated within a day or two of the purchase. Please take a moment to review our Privacy and Refund Policy.

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Army lists are due in for checking April 14th. Please email army lists to Army lists should be submitted in the format made by It’s free and really easy to use. Just enter the roster, click the PDF button, and email that PDF to us.

You can book hotel rooms at the group rate of $112 using this link (or just call the hotel).

The players pack for Kings of War can be found here.
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