Greetings fine wanderer of the web, and welcome to the home of the Dwarven Warriors Cup (DWC): a special annual Dutch Old School gathering.

... But Jesus, when i meet the Dutch, i just jump on and go along for the ride. If you ever get the chance to sling with the Dutch of 4000, roll with it and enjoy!
– MG (Magnus de Laval, Fishliver Oil Cup Ed. 3)

The tournaments birthfather and host is Sir Erwin Demmer, an avid Dutch enchanter from the great city of Voorthuizen. The tournament is invite-only and rumour has it that the amount of lobbying required to get anywhere close to attaining such an invitation is - unfortunately - well beyond true madness. Or is it?.

Erwin makes sure he provides his guests an insouciant and awesome time through his endless hospitality. Which he takes as seriously as slinging his old cardboard, seemingly effortless and with maximum amount of joy.

The DWC follows strict rules regarding its cardpool: only limited coresets Alpha and Beta are allowed to be taken into battle. Therefore, you're guaranteed as much throwback as possible - outrivalled by Alpha40 only - and you'll end up in an era where only the mere basics apply. DWC honors the B n' R of our Swedish collegues; modern rules, as is accustomed, apply.

Troubling news

These are daunting times. The senior uppermanagement of the tournament has received whispers of upcoming riots. Due to personal threats, Sir Demmer was forced to take precautionary measures and neither he nor his family has left the 4000 residence without 2 bouncers (1 alpha, 1 beta Unsummon) at their side for six months now. That, combined with formal and forceful complains by a certain Mr. Edo H. – who wishes to remain anonymous – has lead Sir Demmer to have no other choice but to retire the trusted tradition of powered and unpowered pools.

Thus, unlike previous years, let it be known that henceforth:

The Wizards Council will be split up in powered and unpowered pools no longer.

Word on the street is that Demmers' official standpoint is: "With great power, comes great responsibility". This statement is yet to be confirmed.

The 2022 Wizard's council of Yore

As can be witnessed by watchful eyes, the selection of adventurous Wizards is strengthening and growing in numbers. The ancient art of spell slinging is gaining momentum as AB4K is further acknowledged as the only true path and righteous way to practice the fine arts of magic.

Yet don’t let this blind nor deceive one, as some apprentice’s intensions are foul and their spells false. Their uncontrollable hunger for power sometimes even lead them to manifest borders of a certain pale color, which we dare not utter here. They will be led astray and fall into darkness as powerful spells are not for the faint of heart. Only true Wizards prevail. Only the very wise will last.

After careful consideration of the oldest and wisest of the tribe, these are the Wizards that have been summoned to this year’s summit, and will be challenged to present their most flavorful yet potent mixture of otherwise long-forgotten spells. Lo and behold:

  1. Wijnand Schoenmakers
  2. Wilfred van Doornik
  3. Dyan de Rochemont
  4. Evert Visser
  5. Henk Willemse
  6. Richard Veenman
  7. Koos Cramer
  8. Nick Cramer
  9. Joep Wak
  10. Jeff de Nijs (chefke)
  11. Erwin Demmer
  12. Robbie van Bakel
  13. David Croom
  14. Anies van Tol
  15. Edo Hoksbergen
  16. Rob van Dijck
  17. Roy Neijland
  1. Marten Buhler
  2. Mari Steinhage
  3. Ron Dijkstra (FRL)
  4. Peter Bonten - Monthuis (FRL)
  5. Hunter Prendergast (USA)
  6. Benjamin van Leerberghe (BE)
  7. Erik Hendriksen (NO)
  8. Øyvind Skattum Vesteng (NO)
  9. Michael (GER)
  10. Martin (GER)
  11. Alexander (GER)
  12. Albert Berg (GER)
  13. Florian von Bredow (GER)
  14. Jordi Gálvez (Purple) (ESP)
  15. Juan López Buzón (ESP)
  16. Lluís Cortès Frau (ESP)
  17. Thomas - Timmy Talks YouTube live stream

The Wall of Stone

These battles are hard-fought. No alliance can be built upon. Each sorcerer must harness everything within himself in the persuasion of victory. A second of ignorance leads to the ruination of one. Sacrifices must be made, all will mustered and the enemy be faced head-on.

2018, June 24th - Dwarven Warriors Cup I (10 players)
1st - Jason Schwartz
2nd - Magnus De Laval (Black-White Midrange)

2019, June 23rd - Dwarven Warriors Cup II (22 players)
1st - Dyan de Rochemont (Mono Black)
2nd - Marty Silenus (Vise Gauntlet)
3rd - Edo Hoksbergen (Black Green)

2020, August 8th - Dwarven Warriors Cup III - (24 players)
1st - Dyan de Rochemont (Mono Black)
2nd - Ron Dijkstra (Mono Black)
3rd - Magnus De Laval (Black-White Midrange)

2021, August 4th - Dwarven Warriors Cup IV - (25 players)
1st - Dyan de Rochemont (RWUb Trollion Angel)
2nd - Evert Visser (UR Bumping Heads)
3rd - Juan López Buzón (RG Midrange)

Graphé de Pugna

Behold, but a glimpse of the festivities and comradery that can be witnessed by the participating Wizards.

Breaking News!

january, 2022: Drain Power receives Dwarven Oracle text update!

Read all about it in the rules section of AB4K!

Upcoming Event

Dwarven Warriors #5

August 13th, 2022
10:00 Meetup

Past Events

Dwarven Warriors #4

August 7th, 2021
10:00 Meetup

5 rounds of swiss, after which we go to top 8.

Round one starts after there is indisputable evidence that Mg has shown any sign of life.

Tournament ends after the last man can either no longer stand up straight or keep his eyes open.

Dwarven Warriors #3

August 8th, 2020

Dwarven Warriors #2

June 23rd, 2019