1st Day: 20-0 Win (Ogres), 0-20 Loss (Skaven), 0-20 loss (WoC). 2nd Day : 17-3 Win (WoC), 10-10 Draw (Daemons)
So the results are in, congrats to Wil, Locky and Pete Dunn for getting podium spots and a big thanks to Raymond for running the event, he did a fantastic job.
As for me, I didn't do to well, I think I could have done better... much better, but sometimes it just doesn't go down the way you hope it will. I will be bringing CD's to Call to Arms but with a different list, there will be Bull Centaurs incorporated into it, Sam, you were right, I was wrong... two units of Infernal Guard wasn't the way to go(it pretty much looked like I was trying to replicated my Dwarfs list with as many big blocks as possible), not a good idea. And the K'daai needs some help in the field as well instead of treading on his own.
One thing I REALLY need to improve on is not to psych myself out so much when it comes to match ups. I look at the list, if I think I can beat it, things go smoothly but If I don't think I can do it, I get in a slump and don't preform as a should do, which sucks because I know I could have done better.
But enough of me pissing and moaning. Even though I didn't do to well on the placings, this was the most fun I have had at a tournament yet, was a blast, got to see all the usual gamer lads again which was awesome, the night out was fun, but the morning was f****** dreadful, but for some reason I still did better on the second day with an aggressive hangover then I did on the second day. Great fun, can't wait till Call to Arms.
Unfortunately I won't be attending Panzerskrek, I did arrange to stay at my mates hostile on the uni campus a week ago, and then after spending nearly 150 bucks at Horned Rat I just can't afford another tournament until Call to Arms. And the comp system (Swedish) looks 'interesting' but it doesn't do it for me either, doesn't mean I'm against it, as some other people might really like it which is cool, but like I said, doesn't do it for me.