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[h3]Army List[/h3]

You will submit your Army list the Sunday before the Final. Not submitting a list will be treated as not participating in the event. With 32 players scheduled to attend, a week in advance is all that can be given to check the lists. We still have family and lives.

[h4]Lists are due: Before Monday Feb 3rd 2013[/h4]

You Can Submit Today!!!

You will bring 6 (six) copies of your submitted army list to the Final. One will go to each opponent, as requested. The other is for you. They cannot be hand written lists, and all of your lists must be identical. Your submitted army list is the only list you can play at the Final. They will be periodically checked from round to round.

You can submit your army list in many different formats: Word, Excel, PDF, Text Document, or Email.

Before you submit it, calculate Half Victory Points for each unit and include that on your list. This will help your opponent (and you) calculate the Half Victory Points each round, and save a lot of time. Remember that you only need to calculate Victory points if your Battle Points are a tie.

[focus_color]Take note that optional power weapons need to be declared on your army list.[/focus_color]

How to calculate victory points is on the Mission page of the main website. It will also be on the Score Sheet at the Final.

[h3]Read this, or Else[/h3]

Before you leave to make the trip, touch each one of your models that is on your submitted army list. Make sure that you have them. Bring your flying stands. You can bring extra, but be cautious and leave them in your car. Do not play with the extra models that you might have brought. This would be bad and force everyone to have to make tough decisions.

Bring Six (6) printed copies of your submitted list.

Bring your Rule Book, FAQs, Codexes, Codexs’ FAQ, and anything else you might need to play. Bring your digital device charger if you are using it during the Final.

Questions and Lists can be submitted to: FAQ@40KCageMatch.com

You may also send pictures of models and a description of their representation if you have any concerns.

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