Registration

The Renegade Open has 14 different events to choose from:  Warhammer 40k, Age of Sigmar, Horus Heresy, 40k Combat Patrol, Warmachine, Star Wars X-Wing, Star Wars: Armada, Star Wars: Imperial Assault, Malifaux, Infinity, Batman Miniatures, Bolt Action, Saga, and Kings of War.

You are welcome to try more than one, schedule permitting!

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Schedule

  • X-Wing, Horus Heresy, Combat Patrol, Infinity, Warmachine, Knights Joust and Malifaux tournaments on Friday, 11/17/2017!
  • WH40K Renegade Open GT, Age of Sigmar, Malifaux, Infinity, Bolt Action, Batman, Kings of War, and Armada Tournaments on Saturday, 11/18/2017!
  • The Renegade Open GT and Age of Sigmar finish up!  Warmachine, Saga, Malifaux, Batman, Imperial Assault, and Armada on Sunday, 11/19/2017!
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Location and Hotel

The Renegade Open Event will be held at the Crowne Plaza Minneapolis West on Nov. 17th, 18th, and 19th 2017.  This Hotel offers food, fun, and gaming space galore!

Room blocks are available at the Crowne Plaza, for $95 a night. An ideal choice for both business and leisure travelers, the hotel offers a variety of convenient services.  Plus it is literally where the Renegade is happening!

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Vendors and Sponsors
Please be sure to check out all of our Event Vendor Hall featuring: Fantasy Flight Games, Applied Perspective, with more to be announced soon!

Also check out all of our Event Sponsors, it’s because of them and you that we can do this every year!  We thank the Sponsors for their immense generosity!

 

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How to Contact the Renegade Open…

If you have any questions, comments, or feedback please contact us! We are a community-driven event, and would love to hear from you.

Find us on Facebook (@TheROGT), Twitter (@TheRenegadeOpen) or email us directly, we would love to hear from you.

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Blog

FAQ’s are up, thanks to Badger Airbrushes

Greetings everyone! We are just over a month away from the Renegade and things are coming together nicely. Prize support has been showing up and terrain and missions are also getting done. Everyone has been asking about the FAQ. We have that done now. We hoped it would have been sooner but GW has been releasing books with a feverish pace and the real world has kept us from it as well. We shouldn’t have anymore books coming out before the cut off date. We will resolve rule disputes that can’t be satisfied between the two players playing using the GW FAQ first and then The Renegade Open FAQ. Remember, all judges rulings are final. Anyway, without further unnecessary writings and ramblings: RO Tournament FAQ V1 2 PDF...

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Prepare for The Renegade Open GT

Are you new to tournament gaming, or not sure if it is the right fit for you? Do you want suggestions on how to have the maximum possible enjoyment form the event or are looking for suggestions on how to prepare? Have no fear, our own team member Tony Guidotti of Turn 7 Wargaming has compiled a list of tips to help give you an edge over the competition and some methods to make sure you have the best experience you can at the Renegade Open. Why should you play in a tournament? There are lots of reasons people play in Warhammer tournaments. Some people enjoy the social aspect, others like showing off their hobby skills and seeing the conversions and paint jobs of others, and of course some people enjoy the competitive side of the game. I personally enjoy crunching numbers, making lists, and...

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General Tournament Rules:

Games will be played using the Warhammer 40k 6th Edition rule set. All the current errata and FAQs available from Games Workshop will be in effect. The Renegade Open GT FAQ For an army codex to be tournament legal it must have been released a minimum of 30 days prior to the event (October 18th). Any codex released less than 30 days prior to the event will not be allowed. Tournament participants should be over the age of 16, unless ok’d by the Organizers All models must clearly represent what they are supposed to be: WYSIWYG (What You See Is What You Get). Your models “DO” have to be painted to play. You must have 3 colors and be based.  Models will be removed from play if they are not painted. Each player needs to bring 3 objective markers. Players are expected to have a printed, legible...

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