One big FLGS says they have successfully built a thriving Age of Sigmar community. Here’s their rules that did it!
Dragon’s Lair Comics & Fantasy is one of the top 10 gaming stores in the nation, located in Austin TX.
They tell BoLS that they have successfully jumpstarted a thriving Age of Sigmar community using this set of homebrew narrative league rules.
Dragon’s Lair told us that initial attempts to put together a competitive tournament based system as used for every other game out there (40K, X-Wing, Warmachine, etc…) fell flat on it’s face, but when a recurring monthly narrative based system was drawn up, it drew in the Age of Sigmar players like a moth to a flame.
They have even seen their rules handed out to other FLGS to help them jumpstart Age of Sigmar communities.
Take a look and let us know what you think.
Sample page from the rulespack
The basics are:
- The league starts small and restarts each month.
- It is wound based.
- Each player makes 4 lists of various sizes so players can decide on what what size game to play each game.
- Your lists start small and with basic equipment and warscrolls.
- You gain experience by playing games and can trade these in for warscroll upgrades, more units and exotic warscroll options.
Maybe those crafty folks at Dragon’s Lair successfully have cracked the Age of Sigmar code (from a retailer’s point of view).
~What do you think?