On Wednesday 22nd March, Pupils from our Warhammer Club went to Warhammer World in Nottingham.
Pupils started the day in the exhibit hall looking at all the professionally painted models that are used on the website as well as the massive battle displays the design studio has made. One of the pupils’ favourite bits was looking at the ‘Battle of Angelus Prime’ diorama which is the largest Warhammer display in the world. There if you find the hidden assassin figure and tell a member of staff they will give you one for free.
Pupils then went into Bugmans Bar, the fantasy themed restaurant for lunch. Then, had an afternoon of gaming, painting and building in the castle courtyard themed gaming hall. The pupils then had the chance to go to the shop and buy some models which they could build whilst they were there and in Warhammer alliance club sessions in the future.
On the way out, the staff in the shop gave pupils some tournament packs to have their own tournaments in school as well as making sure everyone walked away with a space marine pin badge.
This is what some of the pupils had to say:
‘The exhibition hall was my favourite, I liked all the massive models and the hidden assassin which we couldn’t find. But it was fun to look for it. It would have been even funnier if we found it.’ -Tyler C
‘I liked the games in a big place made for it that was all castle themed’ – Taylor F
‘I liked trying to find the assassin’ -Richmond I
‘My favourite part was looking through the shop at all of the models on display’ -Oliver H