THE TWELFTH CALL OF CHAOS IS OFFICIALLY OVER!
Another Call of Chaos has come to an end.
This year we had 31 participants of which 19 reported a completion - that's a 61% completion rate right there (vs. 58% last year)! It seems the CoC remains a popular event despite being in its 12th incarnation and the Chaos community embraces it with similar enthusiasm year after year.
As usual the quality was outstanding and the imagination on colours and conversions at impressively high levels! I hope everyone had fun building, converting and painting and keeping grey plastic under control (as much as possible)... The range remains one of the most evocative of the 40k Universe
Now before I go any further:
PLEASE CHECK THE FIRST PAGE TO MAKE SURE YOUR STATUS IS CORRECTLY DEPICTED!
So time for the badges. If you think I got your stats wrong, before you reach for the bolter, pick the badge you believe is correct and then notify me to correct any mistake.
The generic participation badge for the event is this:
The title bases are rectangular and can be used either as a standalone option, thus:
or in conjunction with the generic longer one, thus:
There are also the medallion style badges for those who want to economise on the signature space:
So let's see:
WARMASTER OF CHAOS
Slave to Darkness
LORD OF CHAOS
CHAMPION OF CHAOS
CHOSEN OF CHAOS
SERVANT OF CHAOS
I Am Forsaken
Lhorke the First
So this is it for this year! I would like to take this opportunity to once again thank the Grand Master of the Inner Circle Grotsmasha for his invaluable support with the evocative imagery for the event. Thank you Master of the Arsenal! I would also like to say I'm sorry I was not around as much as I'd like but developments at work and a mini hobby burn-out played their part...
Congratulations to all and until next year, farewell!
Member of the Inner Circle
Master of Recruits