Assemble your party and join the fight!

DUNGEONS & DRAGONS Onslaught is a combat miniatures game set in the Forgotten Realms. Each faction has a distinct identity, flavor, and playstyle – choose your allegiance and dive in. Engage with your local community and rep your faction to get exclusive content, such as foil promo cards and limited-edition miniatures. Kicking things off is the Dungeons & Dragons: Onslaught Launch Kit, which can be run as either a single-day event or a league experience. We hope this kit will provide a flexible and fun resource to start building a community of D&D Onslaught players at your store!

Players can find DUNGEONS & DRAGONS Organized Play Events by visiting the WizKids Info Network (“WIN”) to discover stores local to them running the event series. Login to reserve a seat at an event near you!

Note: As this event series will be held at selected stores with a limited supply of product and limited seating, participating stores may require pre-registration and/or pre-payment. Please contact your local store directly to ask about their registration policies.

Thank you for your interest in this Dungeons & Dragons: Onslaught Launch Kit. We hope this will provide a flexible and fun event to start building a community of D&D Onslaught players at your store!

This kit contains:
♦ 5 painted Mimic Miniatures
♦ 13 foil Mimic Monster Cards
♦ 1 Orientation Document / Results Sheet

This kit is intended to provide prizes for either a single day event or over an extended period of time for league play. Both of these approaches are discussed below with some helpful suggestions for making your event a success.

A game of Onslaught is played on an 18″ x 24″ game board and players need room for their character cards and other game components. We suggest a 3’x3′ play area for each pair of players when planning space for your tables.

A game of Onslaught should take in the neighborhood of 90 minutes. Allow for a little time in between rounds to collect results and establish pairings.

10:45am – 11:00pm Check-in
11:00am – 12:30pm Game #1
12:30pm – 1:15pm Lunch Break
1:15pm – 2:45pm Game #2
3:00pm – 4:30pm Game #3
4:45pm – 6:15pm Game #4
6:30pm Wrapup / Awards

We suggest recruiting someone in your community to help you run the event. This person should be excited for the game, fun, and dependable. They should not participate as a player but will receive prizes for their effort.

Most tournaments use the Swiss system to determine pairings. Players are matched against others with a similar ratio of wins to losses over a set number of rounds. This should be at least three games for 8 players or four games for 12 players. Use the total points earned from each scenario from the results sheet to break any ties.

This kit is designed for 8-12 players who play 3 games each. For prize distribution, we suggest the following:

• Organizer – …………………1 Miniature, 1 Card
• Top 4 Winners – ………….1 Miniature, 1 Card
• Each Other Participant – ………………. 1 Card

This kit can also be run as a league. A league invites players back to your store multiple times to get their games in over a period of days or weeks as opposed to playing multiple games in a single day event. This approach is more flexible on your gaming space and player schedules, but requires some greater participation on the part of the organizer. Set a specific day for league play to get players into a weekly rhythm, but allow them to get their scheduled games in on a day that is flexible. Game results can be tracked on the player results sheets, but the organizer will need to collect the results each week to pair their players up for the next round. This can be done in store or via any online tools you use to communicate to your players. Facebook or Discord groups work well.

Check for in store posters, league brackets, signage and more to help organize and inform your players.

Tournament Rules

Tournament Scenarios

Rulebook (updated 1/16/23)

*All program details subject to change.


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