The Last Raid of the Drukhari? Warhammer 40k Tournament Results.

by | Jun 13, 2021

Now with the majority of United States ready to rock and roll, the summer got started with a bang with Atlantic Open 2021 super major, but that wasn’t the only events around the world that hit GT status for the weekend, here are those top list Warhammer 40k lists!

Frontline Gaming Atlantic City Open: Top 3

Brad Chester 1st Place Frontline Gaming Atlantic City Open 2021 – Drukhari

9-0 Scores: W/ W/ W/ W/ W/ W/ 90 / 100 / 95

Nick Nanavati 2nd Place Frontline Gaming Atlantic City Open 2021 – Drukhari

7-2 Scores: W/ W / W/ L / W/ W/ 100 / 78 / 50

Thomas Ogden 3rd Place Frontline Gaming Atlantic City Open 2021 – Dark Angels

7-1 Scores: W/ W/ W/ W/ W/ W/ 93 / 69

Branson Brawl GT 2021: Top 3

Jony Velazquez 1st Place Branson Brawl GT 2021 – Death Guard

5-0 Scores: 96 / 88 / 85 / 99 / 94

Jason Rogers 2nd Place Branson Brawl GT 2021 – Death Guard

4-1 Scores: 95 / 99 / 97 / 78 / 67

Mark Cimmerian 3rd Place Branson Brawl GT 2021 – Drukhari

4-1 Scores: 97 / 93 / 80 / 67 / 99

Utah Gamer’s Alliance Open GT 2021: Top 3

Rich Kilton 1st Place Utah Gamer’s Alliance Open GT 2021- Orks

5-0 Scores: 90 / 95 / 97 / 90 / 76

Adam Baker 2nd Place Utah Gamer’s Alliance Open GT 2021 – Imperial Knights

4-1 Scores: 98 / 81 / 97 / 85 / 91

Nicolas Wenker 3rd Place Utah Gamer’s Alliance Open GT 2021 – Death Guard

4-1 Scores: 91 / 98 / 63 / 94 / 91

Terracon 2021: Top 3

Adam Napier 1st Place Terracon 2021 – Drukhari

6-0 Scores: 97 / 99 / 85 / 96 / 100 / 86

Gabe DellOlio 2nd Place Terracon 2021 – Drukhari

5-1 Scores: 92 / 100 / 88 / 73 / 91 / 90

Keiryn Lee Magazin 3rd Place Terracon 2021 – Drukhari

5-1 Scores: 95 / 97 / 61 / 92 / 82 / 81

Just when we thought players were getting a handle on competing with Drukhari, we get a weekend like this that reinforces Drukhari are a problem, luckily the nerfs that Games Workshop issued over the last few weeks, we not part the events shown here for the most part. As well, we didn’t get to see new Ad-Mech or Sisters in action, which both should change up the meta by a lot.

So in other words, we know nothing about where the actual Warhammer 40k meta stands, but the chances this marks the end of the Drukhari menace I feel are pretty good, but will it be replaced with maybe another equally as ridiculous menace is also pretty high.

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