Various house rule pieces ( and where to find them)
Just use British or stay with the plastic ones
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Who is the manufacturer? I did a search and cant find anything called bd6 that is a cleaner. Id like to take a look at the MSDS on that - company should have it available on their site if they have one.
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Quick Question. We have a custom game that will incorporate many of the roundels within this link for various countries. I am at the office so can not get the exact measurement of the OOB roundels so was hoping someone could provide some insight. Are they simply 1" in diameter?
Thank you in advance! I would be happy to share the custom game with any interested parties once we do the final playtest tomorrow night.
No one has posted here in some time, but I’ll throw out a question anyways: Has anybody ever purchased WW2 pieces from Table Tactics for a game called Engage? There are a few pieces that I haven’t seen before such as a Russian tank destroyer, and an Italian either tank destroyer or mechanized artillery unit. The infantry pieces don’t work for a&a. If I could buy individual units like the two listed above I would, but you have to get them in a set. HBG doesn’t sell them. Has anyone else seen/purchased them?
THEY ARE ALL TOO LARGE FOR AA. I bought them all. Only thing useful was to cut the guns off the infantry and you got fortification units. Other than that it is a sad waste of potential.
Thanks IL, you saved me some money. Just have to wait until HBG gets their Russian, German set out.
Table Tactics pieces are cool but OOP. HBG or FMG outta reach out and see if they can’t get get TT’s mold and produce new edition colors for the AA series. I loved TT’s original AA pieces. shame they don’t sell them anymore.
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In trying to create my own house rules for a Desert War game (using A&A and other minis), I need to evaluate the MECHANICAL reliability of the tanks which participated in those battles…(as you surely know, in some instances, more vehicles broke down due to the harsh desert conditions than during the battle)…could you give me a help ?..(scale : 1 - 6, for “six” being the most reliable tank)
M13/40 Carro Armato
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Italian tank is unreliable
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