Friday - Saturday

November 1-3, 2013

Hawaii Convention Center

1801 Kalakaua Ave, Honolulu, HI 96815

Friday, November 1st • 12:00pm - 9:00pm

Saturday, November 2nd • 10:00am - 9:00pm

​Sunday, November 3rd • 10:00am - 4:00pm

Friday - Sunday:  Game demos run all day and night

  • Star Wars X-Wing
  • Star Trek Attack Wing
  • Munchkin
  • Magic The Gathering
  • Fluxx
  • and Many More

Saturday: Winter Assault Warhammer 40K Tournament (36 player slots only)

Must be registered at the shop to enter.  Sign ups will begin October 1st at Other Realms.​

Check in/Registration starts at 10am and the first game starts at 11:00am

Free, OniCon entry must be purchased however.

Armies from Games Workshop Codex's will be used.  

  • Forge World stamped approved rule may be used. (Must have a copy of the rules).                                                              
  • Sisters of Battle White Dwarf list will be accepted.  
  • Allies may be used.
  • Fortifications can be used, although terrain will be set up ahead of time.  So watch out on setting them up, might not fit that fortress in your deployment zone.

Note: new rules must have been released for 30 days before being accepted.

There will be 3 rounds, 2 hours each game.  If you cannot play all 3 games, please do not sign up.  If someone leaves before all 3 games are played, they will not be eligible for next years tournament.  It's not fair to the people that get byes  because of drop outs, or the people that didn't get in.

Only one 1750 point army will be used for all 3 games.  No changing list between games.  Please bring 3 copies of your list: 1. judges  2. your opponents  3. you.

You will get judged on your painting.  Armies should have at least 3 colors of paint on them (primer is not a color).  You may still play if your models don't have 3 colors, but you will have a VERY hard time winning the tournament.   Basing counts towards painting score.  

Bring 3 objective markers.  Markers can be as simple as a US quarter to a custom made marker.  40mm base size is recommended.