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Re: Rapid Fire OB Advice

Postby Cardinal Hawkwood » Mon Dec 30, 2013 8:02 am

GamesPoet wrote:I'm going to give the rules a try for the first time very soon. Only got 6mm Germans and Russians to use, and need to come up with a bit more scenery, too. Although I'm slightly concerned about the scale, having a liking for 1 WW2 figure or tank = 1, but hoping this rules system works out well anyway.

the rules can be very subtle and require you to infer quite a lot.At times they may appear unclear but it is all about experience. I think the blokes who wrote them knew what they were intending to do but sometimes new players will be scratching their head. It is best to set up each major part of the rules as a tabletop scenario and play it through.Spotting is amazingly important.,as is morale
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Re: Rapid Fire OB Advice

Postby GamesPoet » Mon Dec 30, 2013 11:38 am

Cardinal Hawkwood wrote:
GamesPoet wrote:I'm going to give the rules a try for the first time very soon. Only got 6mm Germans and Russians to use, and need to come up with a bit more scenery, too. Although I'm slightly concerned about the scale, having a liking for 1 WW2 figure or tank = 1, but hoping this rules system works out well anyway.

the rules can be very subtle and require you to infer quite a lot.At times they may appear unclear but it is all about experience. I think the blokes who wrote them knew what they were intending to do but sometimes new players will be scratching their head. It is best to set up each major part of the rules as a tabletop scenario and play it through.Spotting is amazingly important.,as is morale

Appreciate your experienced and measured advice, thank you.
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