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Field Report: Adepticon Rogue Demon 2010 Results



I'm just awake after a long night at Adepticon and here are the winners for the Adepticon Rogue Demon 2010.  Because Adepticon judges all of the painting after hours, players can use their models in the tournaments and still manage to enter the Rogue Demon.

The side effect is that the judges work and discuss into the wee hours to get everything judged before the models are needed for the next day's gaming.  I stayed to the very end of the judging and got back to my room at 3 AM.

Here are the official results from the Adepticon Rogue Demon 2010.

Best Single Historical Miniature
First: Mathieu Fontaine
Second: Bennett Blalock Doane
Third: Dave Taylor

Best Single Fantasy Miniature
First: Dylan Gauker
Second: John Shaffer 
Third: Jess Hodges

Best Single Science Fiction Miniature
First: Mark Raley
Second: Jess Hodges
Third: Dave Taylor

Best Large Monster or Vehicle
First: Mathieu Fontaine
Second: James Wappel
Third: Jess Hodges

Best Small-Scale Miniature
First: Mark Raley
Second: Cathy Wappel
Third: James Wappel

Youngbloods
First: Evan Bauch
Second: Harth Williams

Best Regiment or Squad
First: James Wappel
Second: Bennett Blalock Doane
Third: Jess Hodges

The Open Category
First: Mathieu Fontaine
Second: Bennett Blalock Doane
Third: Ian Villamagna

More pics as soon as I charge the laptop!  Look for the Best of Show results as soon as they are announced this Sunday afternoon.

4 comments:

  1. Ahhhh! Mathieu Fontaine was there?!?!? He's my favorite painter. It seems to be a trend that he gets 1st in 1/3rd of all the categories judged lol. Go Matt! Waiting impatiently for pix RG :)

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  2. A lot of familiar names in that bunch ^_-.

    Grats to all of the winners! Can't wait to see photos RG.

    Anyone going to Games Day North America can expect to see many of these same names again...

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  3. Not only was he there, he was teaching classes. And he's right here in the lobby now. Want me to ask him anything for you?:)


    Ahhh, wish you were here!

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