Stats :: Series 1D :: Event Horizon 2012 | Round 5 & 6

In post A of this series, we looked at a breakdown of the types and numbers of those types of armies at the Event Horizon 2012 (Warhammer 40k 5th Edition) tournament. Post B and post C continued this series by looking at the results of the games from Rounds 1, 2, 3 and 4.

Post D finalises the series and looks at Round 5 and 6 leading to the end of the competition.

I suggest right clicking on these links and select “Open in new Window” so you have them ready in another window as you read this post:

Army Breakdown Tablepost Apost B and post C

(Right click on the chart images below to open them in another window)

Results Round 5 by army:

Event Horizon 2012 Round 5 results by Army

Event Horizon 2012 Round 5 results by Army

Necron fail this turn to put any more wins on the board (probably because they were facing some of the tougher competition at this point). All other armies managed to add 1-3 wins to their tallies.

% Wins after 5 rounds by army:

Event Horizon 2012 % Wins after 5 rounds by Army

Event Horizon 2012 % Wins after 5 rounds by Army

The stats start to re-assert themselves after the last round’s chart shenanigans!

Final Results Round 6 by army:

Event Horizon 2012 Round 6 results by Army

Event Horizon 2012 Round 6 results by Army

And the DECIDER! Daemons in the Final Game vs Blood Angels (Kirby) with Blood Angels coming out on top! Kirby was cornered at one point with MCs hammering him from every angle, but in the end, the Daemons became overcrowded and not able to bring their might to bear. Grey Knights also do well this round as well as Space Wolves and Tau.

% Wins after all 6 rounds by army:

Event Horizon 2012 % Wins after 6 rounds by Army

Event Horizon 2012 % Wins after 6 rounds by Army

The final % wins by army for Event Horizon 2012, highlights what the majority of the net-listers and enthusiasts argue with only Daemons and Tau being the anomalies, often thought of as weaker lists.

Congrats to Denis who ran a smooth and effortless tournament and me who provided the tea and biscuits ($30 gathered from the sales was donated on behalf of the Event Horizon players to the NSW Rural Fire Service charity who help to save lives and keep people safe during the bush fire season) and me again for the video setup on the top two tables. That reminds me, I need to put up those videos… I hope you enjoyed this series and if you want to help me comment on the stats for comps going forward, let me know.

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