|WHO?S THE BOSS?! ? GEN CON 2012|
|Who?s the Boss is a casual random caster event.|
|Players must bring all their own models, stat cards, dice, measuring devices, markers, and templates they require for play. Tokens representing in-game effects such as focus, fury, spells, and abilities are required and must be kept adjacent to the corresponding model on the table. Warcaster/Warlock models will be provided at the venue.|
|List construction for a Who?s the Boss Event is different than standard list construction. For this event, a player will construct a 35 point faction/contract list. You will not include a warcaster/warlock, but will include +5 warjack/warbeast points. Caster specific models can only be included in army lists that are built specifically for that type of caster. For Example, Jim wants to take the Commodore Cannon, he must use the Talion Charter Mercenary Contract. A player can only take the Renegade light warjack in Mercenary Contracts where Magnus is allowed. Theme Forces are not allowed. There are no reinforcements.|
|Modeling and Painting, Model Conversions, Sportsmanship|
|Please refer to these sections in the Steamroller 2012 rules packet for more information.|
|This event is scheduled for 4 rounds of gameplay.|
|Each Round, pairings will be completely randomized. We will try to avoid pairings for local gaming areas.|
|Each round will be using the Overrun Scenario from the SR2012 rules packet. Death Clock|
|Who?s the Boss?! ? Wheel of Casters|
|Each round, after pairings have been completed, both players will line up to spin the Wheel of Casters. Each player will have 1 spin on the Wheel of Casters. A player is only eligible for a caster/warlock that is not part of their army?s faction. Resolve the space the players spin stops on. Special Event spaces will be resolved only if the player stops on it. If the Wheel stops on an eligible caster, the player will advance to the Table of Casters to pick up that caster for their army for that round. If the Wheel stops on an ineligible caster or empty space, resolve the next space on the wheel in the direction the wheel was spun. A Respin will only be allowed if a player uses his respin token, or if a normal spin does not yield an eligible result in the original space or adjacent one.|
|Who?s the Boss?! ? Table of Casters|
|Once the game has finished and results turned in, both players will return the casters and cards to the appropriate section on the Table of Casters.|
|WARCASTER / WARLOCK RULES|
|Once your caster has been chosen, the following rules apply.|
If you have any questions on how some type of interaction or effect is handled. Please contact one of the judges at the event for a ruling. The last pages of this document with have some specific rules interactions.
|Scoring for Who?s the Boss is done slightly different than normal events. Everything is added together in boss points. The player with the most boss points at the end of the event will be crowned The Boss.|
Boss Points will be awarded each round following these guidelines.
Bonus Boss Points ? Awarded during the final round of the event
|There will be several prizes awarded throughout the event.|
|WHEEL SPACE DEFINITIONS|
|The Wheel of Casters has the following defined spaces.|
The following are Special Event spaces. They can only be achieved if the wheel comes to a stop directly on that space.
** for all Special Event spaces, after the space has been resolved, the caster selected for that round is the next eligible space in the direction the wheel was spun. For Example, if someone with a Khador army spins free Spoon, next spaces in order was Vladimir, Bankruptcy, and Vayl. Vladimir is ineligible because of same faction as army. Bankruptcy is also ineligible since it is a special event space that the wheel did not stop directly on it. The player would receive Vayl for their caster.