Cancon is a gaming convention held in Canberra, Australia run by Canberra Games Society. This year, Cancon 2017 was also host for the Championship for the Warhammer 40,000 Australian ITC* 2016 Season. On Thursday 26th January, most of the Menza Gaming team jammed into three cars, and started the journey from Melbourne to Canberra…
The road to Canberra lies ahead
Dean Sinnbeck (from Blog for the Blood God) and Duane Wood (from District : Terra) headed up in one car, taking terrain and tables for the event, Shawn Hollingsworth and Jeremy Martino travelled in another car along with Adam Camilleri, and lastly Matt Mororsoli and myself travelled in another car. The road trip is always part of the fun, although largely uneventful (apart from a flat tyre on our car on the way!)
… And here it is, the final parts 3 and 4 of the Menza Masquerade review. Once again, massive shout out to all the attendees who made the day such a phenomenal success! If you’re enjoying our vids or have any suggestions or ideas on something you’d like to see, feel free to drop us a line on our facebook page. We look forward to seeing you all at the Eastern Combine! =D
So with the final round concluded, the results are all in. Big thanks to House of War for having us, Menza Gaming for putting it together and the players themselves for putting on such an awesome shindig. Special shout out to Josh Diffey for the Terminal which made the day run very smoothly.
Here it is folks, an initiative that’s long been missing from the 40k scene; tournament reviews.
In our inaugural review Jeremy, Shawn and special guest Caine Marshall go through a break down of the most recent event, The Hunt, an 1850 Comcomp tournament held at the House of War, Ringwood. We hope you enjoy parts 1 and 2, keep an eye out for part 3 of this series, and as always, spread the love if your feeling it!