HAPPY HOLIDAYS from Salt City Gladiators


We would like to wish you all a happy holiday!
we are working hard to make our event even better than next year and cannot wait to let you know about them.
In the meantime, sing some carols, drink some hot cider and eat some delicious fruit cake.
save your strength because when July Hits you will need all of it you can muster!
start making arrengements now FOr July 14-17th
we added another day of free play, that means no paid entry required! This will give you a taste for supremacy within our Pantheon.
we are looking to have more prizes and more trophies than last year with new games and game types to fit every gamer's need.

As always, shoot us an email if you have requests or ideas please let us know.

Thank you and Happy Holidays!

Survey Results

Thank you all who participated in our event and took our survey. We will use these results to better the convention next year. We always look forward to seeing your input and will strive our best to fix any mistakes our community has brought up. If you have anymore thoughts, ideas, suggestions, or would like to help volunteer please email us at SCGladiatorGames@gmail.com

 We'll see you again in July 2016!












Painting Masterclass! Tickets are almost gone!

We are always trying to build as many aspects of the wargaming community. One of the less common events are hobby related. We announced a great one at the Salt City Gladiator games that just finished, a painting Masterclass with Red Modelling Paintings Ashton Holbrook!



Miniature Painting with
 Ashton Holbrook
ASHTON IS A WELL-KNOWN COMMISSION PAINTER AND ARTIST. HE HAS 10 YEARS OF EXPERIENCE WITH PAINTING MINIATURES AND ALMOST 20 YEARS EXPERIENCE IN THE MODEL BUILDING HOBBY. HIS WORK HAS BEEN FEATURED IN NO QUARTER AND ON MANY WEBSITES. HIS PROJECTS HAVE RANGED FROM SINGLE DISPLAY FIGURES TO ENTIRE ARMIES.

The 8 to 10 hour class covers the following
Light Theory
Color Theory
Painting Techniques (2 Brush Blending, Glazes, Washes, Wet Blending)
Airbrush Basics
Using a Wet Pallet
Weathering Powders
Oil Paints
An MUCH more!

$65 for the whole day!!
Buy tickets here!!

Suggested items to bring to the class (miniature provided in cost):
·        Paints
·        Brushes
·        Pallets
·        Paper towels
·        Airbrush and compressor
·        Hobby lights
·        Pin vice
·        Note pad and pen
·        Rinsing cup
·        Glue
·        Your preferred tool for holding your mini

·        YOUR QUESTIONS!!

SCGG 40k Aftermath

Hello Gladiators!

Captain Morgan here, and now that the dust has settled after the SCGG 40k event, I thought that I would take the time to put out there how awesome the event was.  We had some really good players, the best painted armies at the SCGG, and some nailbiter games that culminated in the best SCGG 40k event we've had yet.  Granted, we are only in year two, but it was encouraging to see the number of attendees up and the energy high! Without further ado, lets get to the recap!

40k Narrative Event - Captain Showdown!

For the 40k narrative event we had 10 players, so we had volunteer captains choose their teammates so that there were two teams of five people.  At the start of each round, one would pick a table and the other would put their choice of who would be matched up.  Depending on the wins/losses/ties, the Captain would get some options for a bonus that their team could use on the table, but at the cost of their overall campaign points.  This was a simple set of games with three rounds, culminating in a showdown between the two team captains.  Here are a couple pictures from the narrative event:




The 40k Amateur Hour trench table of DOOOM!!


During the final round, the Captains had a battle against each other in the trench table graciously provided by the guys over at 40k Amateur Hour.  In an appropriately narratively themed match, Sammael and the Ravenwing took on some more "Fallen" themed Dark Angels.  Sammael was able to carry the day, but don't tell him I know their secret.... ;)  Here are the awards:

Best Captain: Ben Gabbert (DA Ravenwing) - Gold Trophy
Winning Team MVP: Darrin Clarke (BA Drop Pods) - Silver Trophy
Losing Team MVP: Bryan Humphries (Tau) - Bronze Trophy

Our winners, arranged by... height?
We are already working on new ideas for next year's narrative event, and are hoping to make it bigger and better with more of a theme and story, so keep your eyes peeled for updates!

40k ITC 2-Day Competitive Event

This was the bread and butter 40k event, and I have to say that I was really impressed with the armies, players, and overall experience.  Not only did we see some really tough lists, we also saw some new players and nearly doubled last year's attendance with only one drop between the two days.  For me, as an attendee of the event last year, I was very happy to see a great turnout and the biggest complaint I had was that I didn't get to play in it, though someone did let me play my ringer army during one round so I could get a fix for my dice addiction :)

Here is a list of the players and their factions:

Player Name Player Army
Bryan Humphries Tau
Caden Humphries Necron
Zach Gill Necron
Christian Bernfeld White Scars
Thomas Hegstrom White Scars
Dave J Eldar
Wes Hall Orks
Andrew Ford Eldar
Eric Peterson Eldar
Sean Yeates Cult Mech
Adrian Sanders Eldar
Bjorn Ultramarines
Shane Smith Vylka Fenryka
Tyler McLam Black Templars
Trent Baxter Necrons
Darrin Clarke Blood Angels
Chris Talley Tau
Ben Gabbert Dark Angels
Borf Dark Angels
Caitlin Chaos SM
Ash Palmer Tau/SM

Using the ITC format, we held 6 games over two days (3 rounds a day) and I had a great time going around and seeing the interesting lists, moves, and terrain that was there are the games.  The way the ITC format scores allows for a "Best General" award to the player with the highest points, "Renaissance Man" which is a combination of your paint score (judged on a 1-11) and your accumulated mission points, and finally the "Best Appearance" award goes to the best painted army.

Here are some of the pics and highlights from the event:

Gladius Strike Force was in here to stay at this weekend's event

Shayne Smith brought an awesome army of Space Wolves that faced off against Scat-pack Eldar in the opening rounds


The "Borks" (Blue Orcs) Face off against the Ultramarines in a color-appropriate matchup

Black Templars vs. some time-lost Emperor's Children

Yo dawg, I heard you like drop pods...

Mechanicus Battle Convocation facing off against Eldar

We may need more space next year...


Two of the most kill-point intensive armies face off in round 2



Sammael hunting down some Blood Ravens

Borks vs. Eldar

One of tghe best looking matchups of the games

Ork Bikes vs. Eldar Bikes

Gunline Tau with a Void Shield Generator (Most hated model of the games)

Contrary to popular belief, SCGG was not held in Moab this year

Necronverted Eldar and IKnights.  The best conversion at the games

You take the high road, I take the low road...

Round 5 top 2 players matching up. 



This was easily the biggest nailbiter of the games


Red vs. Blue

GSF vs. Battle Convocation

Battle Convocation was definitely a powerhouse list

Letting the dogs out (you know I had to do that joke at least once)


Blood Ravens vs. Eldar

There were some strong comers to this year's SCGG 40k event.  Gladius Strike Force had a strong showing with 2 of the top three lists being a variation on the GSF theme.  In the end, it was last year's champion, Chris Talley, with his Void Shield Tau list that scraped out a win again this year.  At the end of round 5 a total of four players were in contention for the top spot.  Here were the final scores for all players at the end of round 6:

Player Name Total Score
Chris Talley 5552
Thomas Hegstrom 5056
Christian Bernfeld 4542
Adrian Sanders 4042
Sean Yeates 4038
Bjorn 4025
Andrew Ford 3541
Eric Peterson 3532
Dave J 3041
Shane Smith 3039
Ben Gabbert 3036
Tyler McLam 3033
Caden Humpherys 2536
Ash Palmer 2513
Trent Baxter 2029
Zach Gill 2023
Darrin Clarke 2020
Wes Hall 1519
Caitlin 1016
Borf 1011

A big congratulations to all the winners and a SUPER huge thank you to everyone who showed up and had a great time.  I couldn't have asked for a better group of players who were very low-maintenance and made my job as a TO better.  Not only were the scores for Best General very close at the end, the Renaissance Man award was within 1 point for the winner.  If that tells me anything, it says that the quality of the armies and the players were closely aligned for this year's games.  Here are the winners and their trophies:

Best General: Chris Talley (VSG Tau)

Renaissance Man: Andrew Ford (Necdar/Necknights)

Tyler Mclam's Stand-in for "Best Appearance" (Black Templar SM)
 Once again, a BIG THANK YOU to all the players and everyone who helped make this year a great success.  We are looking into ways to make next year EVEN BETTER so watch out for more stuff on next year's games.  Also, keep an eye out in the coming weeks for spotlights on all the winners and some list highlights from the participants, as well as tactica analysis.


40k players for 2015 SCGG
Until we meet again on the battlefields of the 41st milennium...


~Captain Morgan



Painting Masterclass: Ashton Holbrook AKA Red Modeling Painting


Famed painter, Ashton Holbrook of Red Modeling Painting will be coming into town to host a one day painting seminar.


Details
Date: Saturday, September 12, 2015 from 11:00 AM to 8:00 PM (MDT)
Location: Gamers Asylum
                2671 Washington Boulevard
                Ogden, UT 84401
Cost: $65
Spots are limited to 15.
The 8 to 10 hour class covers the following
· Light Theory
· Color Theory
· Painting Techniques (2 Brush Blending, Glazes, Washes, Wet Blending)
· Airbrush Basics
· Using a Wet Pallet
· Weathering Powders
· Oil Paints
· An MUCH more!

Suggested items to bring to the class (miniature provided in cost)


Paints
Brushes
Pallets
Paper towels
Airbrush and compressor
Hobby lights
Pin vice
Note pad and pen
Rinsing cup
Glue
Your preferred tool for holding your mini
YOUR QUESTIONS!!

Book your spot today! 

Questions can be directed to Ashton, redmodeling@gmail.com or Dan at jagera5157@gmail.com

Gladiator Games Was Great

Thank you to all of our participants that came to play, view and carry on during our 3 days.
We really enjoyed the people and the Tournaments.


We look forward to next year's events, but don't be sad about us, we have plenty of more going on between then and now!

Look forward to us going around the Wasatch Front playing demos, running tournaments and providing special guests at stores.
We will be in and out all over trying to plant the seed of war wherever we go, so if you would like us at your event or helpo support it shoot us a line and let us know,we will be sure to yell your battle cry.

Once again, Thank you all we wouldn't do it without you!

Last Day to do a little Murder..


Our games are wrapping up today, remember to stop by to check out Zombicide, Super Dungeon explorer or The Undercity.
We will have Warmachine, 40k and Malifaux events today and many many drawings for cool prizes from our vendors.
We look forward to seeing you at the final day of our games


40K, IMC, INFINITY, All going on now!


The hounds of war are loose today as some of our largest events are going on today for several of the games.

Games start at 10AM and we will go through midnight, we will have high competition along with easy going fun styles of play.
Also check out our tournaments and games of Dark age and Malifaux
We will see you here!

LET THE GAMES BEGIN!

The Games will start at 10AM today!

Please join us for some tasty war and devastation!
We will have open play areas for the non-tournament style players and competition galore for the heavy hitters.
All will be waiting for you.
Even though registration is closed you may still come by and register at the door anytime after 9AM, so rustle up some loose change and come by to win some great prizes and meet some fantastic players.
Friday prices at the door:
5 dollars for Open Play only
10 Dollars for tournament and Open Play
(tournament play is the only way to win great prizes)

We will have vendors there to help with your every gaming need, 
We hope to see you! 


MOAR! MOAR!!! Prize support and sweetness from our supporters

We are excited to show you the prize support Hajomaje Games and Comics is giving away!
Please visit their stores in Kaysville and tell them thank you!
(12 south main street, Kaysville, Utah, 801-544-2899

Looks like the 40K guys will have something to fight for!
Speaking of 40K we will have Gamer's Asylum not only giving away prizes at the event, but also sponsoring a 40K table! What that means is anytime you get paired on that table expect a specific objective to come into play for prizes! and each round will be different! They will also be there supporting 40k with prizes and a storefront!
Go visit Gamers in Ogden or give them a call and ask for BattleToads:
801-621-4752

and finally we will have Demolition Games at our event, sponsoring Warmachine tables and giving us a grip of Warmachine related prizes! they too will have a storefront operating and will be there for all your Warmachine needs.
they are located in SLC on 85 W 3300 S  or call them @ 385-229-4739

the other companies we would like to thank for their support:
Geek Garage
Shark Mounted Lasers
Ninja Divison
Wyrd
Cool Mini Or Not
KromLech
Widget Wizards
Systema Gaming
I.M.C.
Chain Attack
Close 2 UR heart Boutique
and Many more that have devoted their time, or their Product to our event, 
THANK YOU BUNCHES! 
We couldn't do it without you


Get ready only 1 day left until the games Begin!

2 days before the games

We have many more sponsors and prizes to give out .
We have several stores that will be there to cater to your nerdy needs.
We have some stellar trophies to award.
Only two days before it begins.
Last day to preregister.


Get your tickets today  before its too late!
https://squareup.com/market/salt-city-gladiators