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Team Canada 2015

Team Canada 2015

After much deliberation, two teams have been created to represent Canada at Ireland for WTC 2015: Team Moose Tyler Webb (captain) Gord Weppler Brynn Holdstock Lukasz Kruszewski Jeff Everitt Team Goose Chandler Davidson (captain) Marc-André Leblanc David Beauchamp Chris Orr Charles Soong Congrats to Team Canada 2015!

WTC Solo Masters Tournament

For those of you who were interested in the WTC but didn’t make the team (or didn’t apply), there is another event happening at the WTC in Poland. It’s the Solo Masters, which is a Masters tournament (3 lists, etc.) where you compete as an individual instead of on a team. You get to play against

Team Canada Roster Finalized

After months of applications, interviews, and debate, the Selection Committee has determined the team roster. We were thankfully able to get enough applicants to field two teams, so without further ado, Team Canada: Team One Marc-André Leblanc (C) Ontario Gord Weppler Alberta Brynn Holdstock Alberta Tyler Webb Alberta Lukasz Kruszewski British Columbia Team Two Gerry

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WTC Team Canada – Information

What is the WTC? The World Team Championship is an international Warmachine & Hordes competition. Teams of five players from one country are paired up against another team of five from a different country. Each player plays a match against a player on the opposing country’s team. The performance of each player in their individual

Canadian World Team Championships: Apply Here!

We have completed the application form for the World Team Championships and invite all motivated Canadian players in a position to do so to apply.  This is a costly trip, and team members will have to cover most of the costs themselves.  On top of that the committee will only be recruiting dedicated, passionate players

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Team Canada at WTC 2014: The Plan

The Warmachine and Hordes World Team Championships (WTC) this year have come and gone, Canada unrepresented.  For anyone unaware, the WTC is billed as “an independently run, annual, international team tournament for the game of Warmachine & Hordes created by Privateer Press.”  In practice, the event is one of the better examples of amazingly talented,

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