CWC (from last year...but shh, no-one will know!)

Started by madaxeman, 30 June 2022, 10:30:15 PM

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With the new edition of CWC coming put from Pendraken recently, I remembered I hadn't posted a load of photos I took of a CWC Big Game (OK, 9x4 table with 1/300th scale models) that we played last autumn in Brixham after the Brixham Classic.

So, with a bit of time on my hands, here they all are shufled together into a single page 'lite' battle report (the ones here are just a taster) https://www.madaxeman.com/reports/CWC_2021.php





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Good looking table. 

Though you could do with some small dice for wound markers (unless they are small dice and 6mm is even smaller than I remember!)
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Quote from: fred. on 01 July 2022, 07:14:38 PMGood looking table.

Though you could do with some small dice for wound markers (unless they are small dice and 6mm is even smaller than I remember!)

They are pretty small - much smaller and I find it gets hard to pick them up !

The vehicles are generally on 20mm wide bases, so the dice must be around 12mm I think ?
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They do look around 12mm size, we tend to use the 7mm dice https://www.pendraken.co.uk/7mm-dice-879-c.asp for wound markers. They are OK to pick-up, but can be a little fiddly to rotate to find the next number. But they do take up a lot less space on the table. 
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Would green dice blend into the table a bit more :-\
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QuoteWould green dice blend into the table a bit more :-\
Why would you want them to? Surely the point of a marker is to be visible?
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If the information is open I want to be able to see it from space not hunt around for it like a man searching a blacked out room for a black cat that might not be there. :)
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Quote from: Ithoriel on 06 July 2022, 11:28:05 AMIf the information is open I want to be able to see it from space not hunt around for it like a man searching a blacked out room for a black cat that might not be there. :)

Is that a cat in the box ... 'maybe?'  ;)
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