Does this count for non combat moves of only combat moves?
Logic dictates that “Fly over” applies to combat and non-combat movement.
I have been interesting in picking up this game for quite a while, and I don’t want to pay the hefty price tag that comes with all the units/markers needed. I currently have G40 2nd Edition, so I have a basis to work with. I’ve come up with an interesting idea. I’ve also been very interested in getting a 3D printer (FDM, resin is too toxic and messy for my liking) like the Ender 3, so why not use it to print out my game? I would still need the board, player aids and a few other things from HBG, and I have found enough 3D files for all the pieces. My only concern is will a 3D printer like the Ender be able to print such small pieces? I’ve seen images of people printing out small stuff like this but I’d like some more opinions. What do you guys think?
@admiralnutt I don’t know.
I do know that with G40 and a few extra pieces here and there ( a copy of 1941 is really nice) you can have almost a complete game if you use marking chips under the units. (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5Fc9QuXN5Z0&list=PLtSU9JD2VSqcEC1hH45vzkfjwGpCQ7dzZ&index=2)
As for 3d printing, I don’t know that much, but Cobra Wargaming (https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCXmTE0T2irmsyr-nc6xfsyA) has made several 3d printed pieces so I would ask him.
@trig awesome thanks
Most towns have a library that has a 3d printer, maybe you can find one and do some tests?
@insanehoshi I’ll have to look at my local library, thanks!
@insanehoshi oh really? i have not heard of this.
@theveteran Yes most cities will have a library that has a 3d printer of some sort these days. It probably depends on the size of your library/city though. It might not be good enough quality to print A&A miniatures but its worth giving it a shot.
@insanehoshi cool: good info.