Old School Tactical – First Look!

Old School Tactical got into players’ hands at Origins ~

Vance Strickland, 22 June 2016

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All the goodies, 3 maps, 5 counter sheets, rulebook, strategy guide, 3 scenario booklets, 3 day campaign, dice and charts! 13 lbs of wargaming greatness!

All the goodies, 3 maps, 5 counter sheets, rulebook, strategy guide, 3 scenario booklets, 3 day campaign, dice and charts! 13 lbs of wargaming greatness!

The maps, 3 seasons - summer, winter and Stalingrad!

The maps, 3 seasons – summer, winter and Stalingrad!

 

Stalingrad map in all it's glory. 30"x41" !

Stalingrad map in all it’s glory. 30″x41″ !

 

Stalingrad close up. Fighting those ruins will not be easy.

Stalingrad close up. Fighting those ruins will not be easy.

 

All the paper work - rule book, strategy guide and examples of play, main scenario book, KS scenario book, Stalingrad scenario book, 3-day campaign, and charts.

All the paper work – rule book, strategy guide and examples of play, main scenario book, KS scenario book, Stalingrad scenario book, 3-day campaign, and charts.

 

Full colour rulebook. Easy to read too.

Full colour rulebook. Easy to read too.

 

Full colour strategy guide. Great stuff for beginners.

Full colour strategy guide. Great stuff for beginners.

 

Two equipment decks, a Luck deck and four dice. Plus two huge KS dice for those big important rolls!

Two equipment decks, a Luck deck and four dice. Plus two huge KS dice for those big important rolls!

 

The five sheets of counters. Four from main game and one from Stalingrad expansion.

The five sheets of counters. Four from main game and one from Stalingrad expansion.

 

Close in on the vehicle counters. Clear and concise... and aligned!

Close in on the vehicle counters. Clear and concise… and aligned!


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5 Responses to Old School Tactical – First Look!

  1. Wes says:

    I haven’t seen the rules for this, so I have a question. What do you roll for combat resolutions etc. A modified d6 or modified 2d6?

    Thanks!

    • Jamm says:

      Quick answer is, determine final Firepower of attack, reference column on CRT and roll 2D6 with any modifiers.

  2. Rick Barber says:

    I don’t have the link handy, but Marco Arnaudo did a long and gushing video review a couple weeks back, where he demonstrates the tactical workings very well.

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