40k Doubles and Singles Tournament Sept. 24th & 25th



ITC event

September 24th – 40k Doubles 1000pts per teammate 4 rounds

September 25th – 40k Singles 1850pts 3 rounds

22 spots available for each event

ITC rules will be used in this event.

Doubles Entry: $30 for each teammate
Singles Entry: $30

Doubles Rules
Each player gets 1000pt valid ITC force with the following additional restrictions.
Each team can have a maximum of 3 Factions represented (plus non-Faction like Fortifications)
Each team can have a maximum of 1 LoW, unless fielding Imperial Knights within a formation/detachment that contains only Imperial Knights.
All Factions relations are improved to at least Allies of Convience. (still allowed to take battle brothers)
Each player’s list is independent (i.e. you cannot have each player take 1 Demi-Battle company, then form a Gladius Strike force together).

Entry comes with pizza lunch, doors prizes, and trophies/prizes for tournament winners.

The Walking Dead is coming to Phoenix

Phoenix G&H did the Walking Dead: All out war kickstarter from Mantic Games, and we’re getting in 10 copies in the middle of October, about one month before any other store…I was just wondering how many people would be interested in reserving a starter box ($70).

Jam packed with 18 highly detailed miniatures, rulebook, as well as all the items needed to play the game, it’s value is un-paralleled.

Additionally, my rep from Mantic Joe Neet mentioned to me that since Phoenix G&H is a KS supporter our starter games will of course come with the exclusive models funded during the campaign.


Warhammer 40k Tournament


When: Saturday, May 28th
Where: Phoenix Games and Hobbies in Kitchener
Size: 1850
Rules: As per the ITC Rules (see the Frontline Gaming Online Site for Details)
Entry: $20 registration + $5 optional buy in for pizza lunch.
Rounds: 4 rounds @ 2 hours per round
All models will be WYSIWYG.

Scenarios: We will be using 4 of ITC 2016 scenarios

Registration: 8:30am – 9:00am
Round 1: 9:15am – 11:15am
Round 2: 11:30am – 1:30pm
Lunch: 1:30pm – 2:00pm
Round 3: 2:15pm – 4:15pm
Round 4: 4:30pm – 6:30pm
Awards: 6:30pm – 6:45pm

Gamer Yard Sale April 9th


The Bizarre Bazaar

Phoenix Games & Hobbies will be hosting the 8th Annual Bizarre Bazaar Saturday April 9th…it’s a Gamer Yard Sale.

The store regulars (or anyone who wants a spot) will be digging deep in their closets, under their beds, in lockers, bank vaults, etc. and bringing all sorts of items out for sale to the public.

Who knows what rare models, old board games, or missing cards to complete a set will be available.

Just come down Saturday from 10:00am till 6:00pm and find out what deals you can walk away with.


Q: How do I get a table for the GYS?
A: Come Down to Phoenix and sign-up for your section of the store.

Q: How old do I have to be to sell items at the GYS?
A: You need to be 18+ to be a seller at the GYS.

Q: I have a handful of games I’d like to sell, but would I also be allowed to sell model kits, HotWheels, paintball gear, Lego sets, and puzzles?
A: Bring down what you think would sell to a group of Gamers and Hobbyists

Q: How do I get paid?
A: Once people are interested in your product(s), they will buy you store credit for the offered price. If you are selling item 1 for $10, the buyer will go to the Phoenix till and buy you $10 in store credit.

Q: Can I use my store credit to buy other items at the GYS?
A: Credit is only used to buy products from Phoenix Games & Hobbies.

Q: Do I have to use my store credit that day?
A: You do not need to use your store credit and can wait to use it on a later date.

Q: Can I use my credit to order in products that are not at Phoenix?
A: If the store can get it in, you can use your credit to order in products.

Q: How long does my store credit last?
A: If you don’t use it, your store credit is technically on our books forever, but we would hope you would use it in a reasonable amount of time.

Q: Can I exchange my store credit for cash?
A: The GYS store credit can only be used to purchase products from Phoenix. There is no cash value for GYS store credit.

Age of Sigmar Tournament this Saturday

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February 6th – 11am start

Max Capacity: 18
Entry: $10
Rounds: 3
Painting: Not Required
Prizes: Best Sportsmen, Best painted model and 2 random door prizes

House rules for playing in the “Age of Sigmar” tournament at Phoenix Games & Hobbies.

1) All named heroes are 0-1 choices.
2) Measure distances from the base not the model.
3) Units summoned in the hero phase can not be activated in that hero phase.
4) Units do not need ”Fluff Activators” to use special rules.
5) If one army has a third more WOUNDS (instead of MODELS) than the other, the outnumbered player can choose one objective from the sudden death table after generals are nominated.

Tu Do MTG Sealed Tournament


Tu Do Presents:

MTG 2015 End of Year Super Awesome Tournament!!!

When: Sunday December 27th

Time: Starts at Noon

Format: Sealed (six B4Z boosters)

Door Prize: First 40 people gets 20 full art lands from B4Z.


1st – One of every Mythic from B4Z

– One of every Battle land from B4Z

– One of every Fetch land from Khans

2nd – Snapcaster and Sword of Fire and Ice

3rd – Emrakul, the Aeons Torn (Foil MM2), Kozilek, Butcher of Truth and Ulamog, the Infinite Gyre

4th – Geist of Saint Traft, Avacyn AND Griesalbrand.

5th – Foil Hallow Fountain from RTR and a Mutavault

6th – Foil Sorin from M12 AND Foil Sorin from Khans of Tarki

7th – Coupon good for any Commander deck available at Phoenix G&H

8th – MTG 2015 Gift box

Plus lots of other give-a-ways.

40k Warspite Charity Tournament


The tournament is a charity event in support of the Royal Canadian Sea Cadet Corps Warspite. The Cadet organization is a youth program for kids aged 12 – 18 that teaches kids about the Canadian military and its history, while also teaching discipline, citizenship, and leadership skills. With the program receiving funding from the Department of National Defence, it is free for kids to join. However, DND only covers the cost of the training, uniforms, and instructors. The other side of the funding comes from the Navy League of Canada. It is a group of civilian volunteers that are dedicated to supporting the cadet corps, covering things that DND does not such as rent and utilities for their training facility, food for weekends, transportation, etc. The proceeds from this tournament will be donated to the Kitchener – Waterloo branch of the Navy League.

When: Saturday, October 17th
Where: Phoenix Games and Hobbies in Kitchener
Size: 1850
Entry: $20 registration + $5 optional buy in for pizza lunch.
Rounds: 3 rounds @ 2.5 hours per round

Registration: 8:30 – 9:00
Round 1: 9:15 – 11:45
Lunch: 12:00 – 12:30
Round 2: 12:30 – 3:00
Round 3: 3:15 – 5:45
Awards: 6:00 – 6:30