The Witch Hunter

Date: 6th January 2024

Days: 1 day

Rounds: 3

Points Level: 2345 

Time on Clock: 60 minutes

Scoring System: King of Herts

More Details: Core Tournament Pack

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Tickets are £20 - now on sale, available either at the club or via PayPal (friends and family payment) to:

To avoid delay in the confirmation please note in payment ‘Shroud of the Reaper’ and your name as it should appear in the Rankings.

Age limit

Players must be aged 16 or over.


Max capacity for tournament is 30 Players


The timings will be:

Army Points level

Army lists of up to 2345 may be taken and must comply with the Kings of War Version 3 Red Edition Rulebook.

Your Army must be chosen from one of the official Force Lists:

The most recent FAQ and Errata will be in effect.

List to be in no later than 23:59  7 days before the Tournament.

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Tournament Number for Mantic Companion is giAMBg8awS

No later than 23:59  7 days before the Tournament.

Optional Rules

The optional withdrawal rules will not be used.

The optional Allies rules will not be used.

The Reaper - The Witch Hunter

Each person may take for free the following Living Legend character as part of their main army: The Reaper does not use one of your Hero, War Engine or Monster Slots.

Death is inevitable, and therefore, The Reaper is not represented as purely evil. Death is not choosing a time, place or years. The Reapers job is to escort the dead to the underworld. The Reaper pulls the souls out of the body, and guides them through the journey of the afterlife.

The angel of death appears to the dying to take out their souls. The sinners' souls are extracted in a most painful way while the righteous are treated easily.

The Reapers appearance depends on the person's deed and actions, with those that did good seeing a beautiful being, and those that did wrong seeing a horrific monster. The Reaper has taken many forms including: A bearded and winged man; a young boy, a spectral figure portending death, a tall, haggard figure with a wide hat and long white hair, a skeleton with a revolving head who sees everyone, everywhere, a defleshed body and with jaw agape to swallow the stars during the day, an old woman or plague hag. The Reaper has been seen by different races in either a Black or a White robe.

The Salem witch trials were a series of hearings and prosecutions of people accused of witchcraft in colonial Massachusetts between February 1692 and May 1693. More than two hundred people were accused. Thirty were found guilty, nineteen of whom were executed by hanging (fourteen women and five men). One other man, was pressed to death for refusing to plead, and at least five people died in jail.

Witch trials are known to have occurred in England during the Middle Ages. 

Widescale witch hunt took place in England from the second half of the 16th-century and the early 17th-century. 

This was a period of intense witch hunts, known for witch hunters.

Between the years 1500 and 1660, up to 80,000 suspected witches were put to death in Europe. Around 80 percent of them were women thought to be in cahoots with the Devil and filled with lust. Germany had the highest witchcraft execution rate, while Ireland had the lowest.

About 500 people are estimated to have been executed for witchcraft in England.

The Scenarios

See Tournament Scenarios for further info on the different balancing adjustments.

Player Round times


Awards will be provided for:

Positional Awards will be provided for:

Other Awards will be provided for:


Cool but how do we get there?


Freemantle Hall, 51-75 Bexley High St, Bexleyheath, Bexley, DA5 1AA 


There is parking for around 7 cars on site, the entrance is to the immediate left of the hall (not the right, as that belongs the pub next door).

There is additional pay and display parking available

Off Thanet Road (walk through gate at end of park, through Pub car park, past the hall on your right (entrance turn right at the road and then into the door up the stairs)

Off Bexley High Street (walk north east through car park, down alley/walkway and hall is almost opposite)

Off Station Approach by Bexley train station

Public Transport

Bexley train station is less than 50 metres from the venue. Follow the station approach road away from the station and turn right when it meets the High Street. Freemantle hall will be 30 metres on the left.

Bus routes: The following routes run nearby to the venue: 99,132, 229, 269, 492, B12.

The 99 and 492 Buses stop at Bexley Library about 1 min walk away.

Where to stay

Bexley Village Hotel 57-59 Bexley High St, Bexley DA5 1AB

Next to Venue

The Kings Head 65 Bexley High St, Bexley DA5 1AA

Next door to Venue

Free Parking

Holiday Inn London - Bexley Black Prince Interchange, Southwold Rd, London, Bexley DA5 1ND

Short Walk from Venue

Free Parking

There are some AirBnB places in Bexley but the council has only recently lifted the ban on such renting. There are also more hotels slightly further out.