Warlord HQ presents “The British Bolt Action League 1st Round” Saturday 16th March 2019
The first event in the British Bolt Action League is brought to you by The organisers of the Bolt Action World Championship, Dave Nolan and Paul Walker. This is the first of four main events in the league held around the country this year, with affiliated events joining in the league throughout the country too.
These events are designed to appeal to the competitive players whilst retaining the true gentlemanly spirit of friendship and support that is the essence of the game we love; Bolt Action
- Early Bird £15 (Register on or before March 10, 2019)
- Late entry £20
The ticket will include:
- Tournament entry
More details (including Tournament pack) to come…
- 1000 pts, single platoon
- Fully painted army
- The Army must be based on army lists from current BA books.
- 3 games based on book scenarios (first game will start at 9 am)
Register Today to ensure your place!
Note: There are no physical tickets. The organisers will get in touch with further information on the event once you have registered, so please make sure your contact details are up to date!
Please also note, there is no Disabled Access to our events facility, access is via two flights of stairs.
Paul Walker is well known around the UK BA scene as a regular face at BO tournaments and shows throughout the year. Probably one of the most active players in the British event scene and further abroad. So far his calendar has 21 tournaments, home and abroad and six wargames shows pencilled in with more to follow. This year will see him attending the Las Vegas Open, Adepticon and Nova in the USA as well as organising the BA World Team Championships in Poland. He will once again be helping Chris Brown, the author of the Market Garden campaign book, organise the annual Arnhem Both Action event over the Arnhem Remembrance weekend in September in the Netherlands.
Whilst loving the cut and thrust of one on one competition, podiumed at both LVO and Adepticon last year and several UK tournaments, Paul really loves just playing and encouraging new players. He is often quoted as saying he will play “anyone, anywhere, anytime with anything”. Indeed this year his Youtube and podcast followers suggested he plays with a more ‘difficult’ army to win with and they voted that he starts this year off with a Dutch 1940, “Battle of the Netherlands” list. The army sees their first outing with Paul at the”Guns over the River Blyth” event and they will be on the road to the LVO this year and Adepticon and possibly a wee appearance at the BA event “A Cam Bridge too Far”.