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FOG Returns to HUBCON in 2019

Posted: Tue Jun 11, 2019 12:38 am
by berthier
Field of Glory returns to HUBCON in 2019.

On September 7-8, 2019, the Gulf Coast Championship series will return to HUBCON in Hattiesburg, MS, on September 7-8, 2019, with the much anticipated return of the Average Joe Tournament.

Tournament Rules and Format
  • Table size will be 4x6.
    Each round will be 3 hours plus 1d6 of random time. When time is called, players will finish the phase.
    Round 1 will start at 9 AM on Sep 7 or shortly thereafter
    V3 rules and current FAQ from BHGS website will be used.
    1 list, 800 points.
    Any list from the list below is allowed but only the "Average Joes" may participate, i.e., no Superior, Elite or Poor troops are allowed.
Book 1 Lists
  • Later Sumerian or Akkadian
    Later Minoan or Early Mycenaean
    Later Hebrew
    Urartian before 750 BC only
    Kimmerian, Skythian or Saka
    Etruscan League, Early Roman or Latin
    Classical Greek
    Early Carthaginian
    Classical Indian
    Later Achaemenid Persian
    Warring States to Western Han Chinese from 209 BC only
    Bosporan from 108 BC
    Early to Middle Republican Roman
    Later Pre-Islamic Bedouin
    Attalid Pergamene
    Ancient Spanish
    Numidians or Moorish
    Later Jewish
    Early German
    Later Republican Roman
    Ancient British or Caledonian
Book 2 Lists
  • Principate Roman
    Eastern Han Chinese
    Later German (Western)
    Later German (Eastern)
    Kofun-Nara Japanese Pre-400 Only
    Hunnic (Non-Hepthalite Hun options only)
    Post-Roman British
    Foederate Roman
    Later Hindu Indian (Non Sinhalese options only)
    Early Byzantine
    Merovingian Frankish
    Western Wei to Early Tang Chinese
    Christian Nubian after 800n AD
    Thematic byzantine
    Early Spanish
    Khmer or Champa
    Khurasanian Dynasties
    Later Abbasid, Tulunid, Ikhshidid
    Bedouin Dynasties
    Dailami Dynasties
    Nikeforian Byzantine
    Seljuk Turk
Book 3 Lists
  • Early Hungarian
    Taifa Andalusian
    Medieval Spanish & Portuguese
    Medieval French
    Medieval German
    Scots Isles & Highlanders
    Medieval Scots
    Komnenan Byzantine (No Varangians allowed)
    Anglo-Norman & Early Plantagenet English
    Medieval Welsh
    Medieval Burmese
    Ghurid Afghan
    Medieval Irish
    Ayyubid Egyptian
    Moslem Indian Sultanates
    Medieval Indonesian or Malay
    Middle Plantagenet English
    Ottoman Turks before 1362 only
    Later Serbian from 1345 only
    Later Poles before 1455 only
    Later Low Countries
    Medieval Scandinavian
    Catalan Company
    Condotta Italian
    Later Plantagenet English (Continental)
    Ming Chinese
    Timurid, Black Sheep or White Sheep Turcoman
    Medieval Scots (in France)
    Santa Hermanidad Neuve Castilian
  • Highest ranking general allowed is an FC. (No Inspired Commanders allowed).
    Christopher Anders will referee. Lists are due to no later than August 31, 2019. Late lists give your opponent choice of terrain before initiative is rolled.
    Tim Broome has indicated a price break for the weekend for FOG Tournament players.
    Prizes will be offered for top 3 finishers.
The University of Southern Mississippi does not play football that weekend so hotel rooms should be available. There is no hotel associated with the Con but there are 15 hotels located at the Hardy Street exit of I-59 within a short drive to the Con site.

Tournament and convention will be held in the Forrest County Multi-Purpose Center Annex, 962 Sullivan Dr, Hattiesburg, MS 39401.

Re: FOG Returns to HUBCON in 2019

Posted: Tue Jun 11, 2019 7:04 pm
by grahambriggs
I do hope you enjoy v3 guys; we put a lot of work into trying to make it a big improvement.

Re: FOG Returns to HUBCON in 2019

Posted: Mon Jun 24, 2019 11:25 pm
by berthier
The shift from FOG to other rules sets came about mainly because we could no longer get the rules. We were still holding 5 to 8 tournaments a year in the Gulf South and had leveled out when the shift occurred. We have more than enough who say they want to play to justify the tournament. We are just hoping that real life does not get in the way.