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Wargaming / Re: What's on your table right now?
« Last post by Banzai_Cat on Today at 01:03:10 PM »
I might be a bigger game whore than he is.

Is that supposed to be a challenge?
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Wargaming / Re: What's on your table right now?
« Last post by mirth on Today at 11:53:07 AM »
The map is gorgeous.
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Wargaming / Re: What's on your table right now?
« Last post by Barthheart on Today at 11:51:11 AM »
Saw Silver Bayonet being played at Game On! a couple for weekends ago. Looks fantastic.

Will have to try and get a copy at Origins.
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Forum-Based Games / Re: "Six Days in October" -- Game Time Is...
« Last post by JasonPratt on Today at 11:41:23 AM »
Surrender instead of running away. It's the only way to be sure.  >:D
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Wargaming / Re: What's on your table right now?
« Last post by mirth on Today at 11:01:40 AM »
I might be a bigger game whore than he is.
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Wargaming / Re: What's on your table right now?
« Last post by bbmike on Today at 10:58:00 AM »
^Are you trying to be Banzai_Cat?
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Wargaming / Re: What's on your table right now?
« Last post by mirth on Today at 10:12:16 AM »
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Other Games Around the Table / Techno Bowl (aka Tech?NO! Bowl)
« Last post by Nefaro on Yesterday at 09:40:46 PM »
This looks like a lot of fun without getting too bogged down in rules, or too much down time for the non-phasing player.

Didn't notice it on KS, but retail pre-orders supposed to be starting in the next week or two.




Would definitely want to craft up the wood player blocks to go with the cloth/rubberized playmat.   8)

Saw the print & play available on DTRPG's daily deal, but would much rather go with the prefab boxed game when it comes out.



http://boardgamegeek.com/boardgame/194923/techno-bowl-arcade-football-unplugged

http://bombshell-games.com/tag/techno-bowl/




DTRPG block player print-outs:

http://www.drivethrurpg.com/product/201370/TECHNO-BOWL-Pixel-Block-Players




I've never really been drawn to (american) football tabletop board games, as the rules just never seemed to be all that enticing on the few I've grokked.  Nor have I ever really considered the large investment in Blood Bowl, or any GW minis games for that matter. But this looks like an excellent fit for me.  :dreamer:
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Is the expansion with the log boards, counters, etc still short on supply?

I recall those having a print shortage for awhile.  Making trouble for doing scenarios with more than 2v2 if you didn't have the extra command boards & pieces.

Still haven't messed with my base set plus the two extra ships I got quite awhile back.  Being so backed up and scattered, I've been considering adding that to my sale list.

I don't know.  I bought two extra sets at different times and it was in stock both times I wanted to buy it.  I have seen others who ran sessions who made their own extra copies with a scanner and cardstock rather than buy new logs.
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Wargaming / Re: Better late than never. Geek&sundry reviews Sails of Glory
« Last post by Phantom on Yesterday at 12:38:23 PM »
Its a good game - as discussed, as with real life age of sail, its all about manoeuvre. Get into a good position (which with sail settings, wind direction & of course your opponent not always doing what you want) can be a little tricky, and the shooting will be decisive.
I'm experimenting with combining the AOS sailing model with the Close Action damage model to give a more historically accurate game.
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