Monthly Archives: June 2011

Closing Ceremonies

Lock & Load has been a blast for all of us at Privateer Press, and as the last award was given out at the closing ceremonies, it was hard not to feel just a little sad that it all has to … Continue reading

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Tournament Results: Masters Final

Here they are: those powerhouses of WARMACHINE and HORDES skill who have proved themsleves champions at the first annual Lock & Load GameFest. These are the Masters finalists! 1st Place: Will Pagani (Circle) 2nd Place: Danny Modesto (Protectorate) 3rd Place: Ryan Tomlinson … Continue reading

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Formula P3 Grandmaster Winner

After much deliberation by the judges, a winner of the Formula P3 Grandmaster Painting Competition has been chosen. Congratulations to David Diamondstone for this exquisite Commander Adept Nemo. Congratulations, David!

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Hardcore Master Craftsman: Mark Rupp

I identified the awesomeness of Mark Rupp’s Legion army earlier in the convention and posted some shots of his models here. Looks like studio director Ron Kruzie agreed with my assessment of Mark’s “Legion in the Trees” look and awarded him the Master … Continue reading

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Tournament Results: Hardcore II

Another round of grueling WARMACHINE and HORDES action produced the following Hardcore results: Vanquisher: Steven Garcia (Retribution) Mage Hunter: Steven Garcia (Retribution) Executioner: Bryce Jensen (Cryx) Master Craftsman: Mark Rupp (Legion of Everblight)

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The Unsung Heroes of Lock & Load

Although the fans and Privateer staff might be the most visible aspect of Lock & Load, the convention wouldn’t work without tireless efforts behind the scenes. These are the warehouse and production staff back at HQ making product all weekend long as well as the … Continue reading

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Costume Contest

This was a fun one. We gave attendees the chance to show off their finest Privateer Press–inspired costume. Costumes were judged on craftsmanship, creativity, and fidelity to the aesthetics of our worlds. Prizes were given for 1st, 2nd, and 3rd Place, … Continue reading

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