Battle of the Six Armies Run & Won

Andrew Galea

Posted on March 11 2018

Battle of the Six Armies Run & Won

Six Judgement veterans, including the game's designers, gathered today to fight out the fun themed Battle of the Six Armies. We explained the tournament concept and players in a previous blog post, so today we will get straight into the results and highlights of the day's proceedings.

Rank Player Race Record Souls Levels
1 Jeff Elves 4/1 18 19
2 Evan Minotaurs 3/2 12 22
3 Lloyd Dwarfs 3/2 12 17
4 Andrew Orcs 2/3 11 17
5 Kyle United Nations 2/3 8 11
6 Steve Fury Humans 1/4 9 12

 

Once the dust had settled Jeff and his mighty elves won the event, dropping just one game all day against Kyle's United Nations Warband. Ironically, Kyle's two wins were against two of the power houses in the elves and minotaurs. The Doombull (Evan) was a firm favourite coming into the event and he looked unstoppable early, winning rounds 1 & 2, before coming unstuck against the elves. Evan still managed to steer the course into 2nd place, pipping Lloyd's dwarfs on the 2nd tie breaker (levels). Andrew's orcs had a rough start to the day but recovered late in the piece to post a more respectable 2/3 record. King Kyle, who was 2nd favourite before the event had a really rough start losing his 1st 3 games before posting 2 huge wins against the elves and minotaurs, however it was too little too late as he came in 5th. Bringing up the rear was Steve Fury, who to be fair was fielding what most people thought was the weakest Warband. The lack of damage in the humans was telling as the Fury struggled to close out games from winning positions.

The games were streamed across an 8 hour marathon via our Twitch channel, which will be uploaded to our YouTube channel in a few days.

We actually ran a poll on the Judgemental Facebook group a few weeks ago, so thought it would be interesting to list where the people thought the races would place. The rank of races, with their votes in parenthesis, are listed below.

  1. Minotaurs (13)
  2. United Nations (9)
  3. Elves (8)
  4. Dwarfs (8)
  5. Orcs (6)
  6. Humans (2)

You can see that the public voting was pretty close, with the only real anomaly being the United Nations. Perhaps people underestimated how much Kyle was hindered by the fact he was not allowed to double up any single race in his Warband. 

At the end of the day, this was a fun tournament theme to celebrate having at least 5 of each race in the Judgement range following the pending launch of the wave 2 Kickstarter. Single race Warbands is not how Judgement is meant to be played, and the races are not particularly balanced against each other. In saying that, it was a load of fun and maybe sometime down the track we will run something similar again. Finally we would like to thank the guys for taking part in the event.

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