40K Stats Centre #03: Discordants are good!

The Frontline Gaming Podcast Network presents 40k Stats Centre. A no no-nonsense tournament news podcast that covers 40k tournaments world-wide with guest clips and interviews from the TOs and players themselves. This week the Falcon and the Heffelman cover the six (!) events including: Flying Monkey Con, The Basement Open, The Throne of War GT and more.

 

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7 Responses to “40K Stats Centre #03: Discordants are good!”

  1. zero-charisma June 26, 2019 12:37 am #

    shouldnt this say, “deredeo’s are good”??

    • Charlie A. June 26, 2019 4:06 am #

      Shhhhhhhhhhh we don’t want people to know (everyone knows lol)

    • Charlie A. June 26, 2019 4:27 am #

      To the point that they very well could get a nerf. They do just about everything you’d want a gun platform to do at a decent price.

  2. steven pampreen June 26, 2019 6:40 am #

    Sounds like I need to go win some events.

  3. Dustin Lane June 27, 2019 9:37 am #

    Hey guys, Dustin Lane here, the TO from the Stay in Your Lane GT here. Thanks for the mention of the event and I’m glad someone caught the word play. It was a great event with alot of prize support. For your notes we actually had 4 Tau lists in the top 12 last round all different types of Tau lists at that. We will be running more GT’s in the near future in our brand new huge store. Anyone who was at the event will understand the possibility’s when I say it will be 2k more square feet of space.

    • Val Heffelfinger
      Val Heffelfinger June 30, 2019 12:06 pm #

      That’s super exciting Dustin! And I’ll make sure to get you on the show when you run the next big one.

      Congrats on a fun event (with some excellent characters to interview too)

  4. Lee Brown July 1, 2019 4:28 am #

    With regards to 1750pt tournaments, I’ve noticed that they are much more common in the UK. I’m guessing that this is mainly due to GW Grand Tournaments at Warhammer world being 1750pts and other TO’s in the UK following suit.

    Personally I’ve been to more 1750pt tournaments than 2000pt ones. I’m not sure I follow the causal disregard for these tournaments, although it is funny! But I think I can understand it from a statistical point of view as it will change the meta and if the biggest days set is for 2k tournaments then I suppose I can see where the causal disregard can come from.

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