Warhammer 40K Tournament at Paradigm Infinitum


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Went down to catch the WK:40K tournament at P.I. on Saturday. It was meant to run through till Sunday though.
Due to time constraints on my part and a dinner appointment to keep, I couldn't stay on for the entire thing.
Caught some pictures for those who played or still play the tabletop game..



Imperial Guard fighting the Thousand Sons Chaos Marines Legion











Grey Knights w/ Imperial Guardsmen and Death Watch Marines fighting the Armoured Company





 

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My homemade "Lightsphere" gave way just before this shot. Hence, the strong shadow due to direct flash.



Orkz fighting a Chaos Defiler


 

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One of the best painted and converted armies I saw at the tourney: Iron Hands Space Marines Chapter.





The Dreadnought




Terminator Techmarine




Extremely heavily converted Landspeeder!




 

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Nice. Is this place formerly known as Leisurecraft?
 

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clicknick said:
Nice. Is this place formerly known as Leisurecraft?
Yes..

Formerly Leisurecraft -> Leisure Central -> Ground Zero -> Paradigm Infinitum, in that order..
 

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Firefox said:
Yes..

Formerly Leisurecraft -> Leisure Central -> Ground Zero -> Paradigm Infinitum, in that order..
My goodness..... Never know leisure craft went through so many changes... is it still at serene center?
 

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idor said:
My goodness..... Never know leisure craft went through so many changes... is it still at serene center?
This is the outlet at Midpoint Orchard actually.

Leisurecraft went belly up several years back.
A friend of mine bought it out with several partners and them renamed it Leisure Central.
Subsequently, a few of them left and the place was renamed Ground Zero later.
Now, there are some new partners and it's called Paradigm Infinitum.

As for my friend, he went on with a few other friends of ours' to setup Settlers Cafe, Singapore's first boardgames cafe.
Minds Cafe and Oasis actually followed on his idea.
 

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