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Darwin Green15 Feb 2017 2:28 p.m. PST

I just downloaded the rules for both Mighty monsters and Samurai Robots battle Royale from Ganesha, any suggestions to things I need to get a game ready?

So far I have some heroclix figures that would work, especially the pacific rim line.

Sgt Steiner15 Feb 2017 2:28 p.m. PST


Few pics on my blog of a game using FOB with a GDB scenario


Darwin Green15 Feb 2017 2:35 p.m. PST

somehow I accidentally posted on the napoleonic board. Mighty Monsters is a Kaiju themed game with giant robots.

evilgong15 Feb 2017 3:42 p.m. PST

Napoleon was developing giant robots on Elba, but they were not ready in time for Waterloo.

Piquet Rules15 Feb 2017 4:47 p.m. PST

I forgot to add Samurai robots in the special rules section of Field of Battle. Maybe in 3rd edition.

mumbasa15 Feb 2017 11:25 p.m. PST

I hope we are not playing with the robots in our next game, Brent:(

Darwin Green16 Feb 2017 3:18 a.m. PST

I'm slowly reading through the rules, but I'm constantly distracted by the all of powers and premade stuff.

So far I've decided on the:
Giant Radioactive Regenerating Lizard (450 pts)
Head Q3 C3 Fangs, Radioactive Breath C6 L
Body Q3 C5
Arms Q3 C3
Legs Q3 C3
Tail Q4 C2
Amphibious, Regeneration, Very Tough

and the:

powerful Manned Giant Robot (450 pts)
Head Q3 C3 Shooter C2L Laser, Unlimited Ammo
Body Q3 C4 Heavy Armor, Area Attack C4L, Force Shield C3
Arms Q3 C3 Shooter C2L, Heavy Armor
Legs Q3 C3, Heavy Armor, Short Move
Artifcial, Amphibious, Tough

since I have Pacific rim figures. Basically give everybody a choice between a kaiju or a mecha for starters. Or, should i make more basic profiles for starters?

bobspruster16 Feb 2017 3:59 a.m. PST

This string made me dizzy.

Darwin Green17 Feb 2017 4:04 a.m. PST

okay, made a profile. How does this look for a 300pt hero.
so, how does this look for a first Tokusatsu hero.


Head Q5/C3

Body Q3/C4

Arms Q3/C4

Legs Q3/C3

Special abilities Tokusatsu hero, tough, Massive, martials arts, and fearless.

I'll be using this Heroclix figure of the Great lakes avenger, Big Bertha. I'm just imagining here getting enlarged "Big Man Japan" style and get's extra beefy.


boy wundyr x18 Feb 2017 9:56 p.m. PST

One or two of the Pacific Rim mecha are statted up in the SRBR book, and I've done them all up (even the Kaiju they don't have figures for). I'd be happy to share it, but I won't have the file on hand until mid-week next week (the USB key it's on is back at work).

For the game, you'd want the measuring sticks you're going to use (I use the smaller set for gashapons and clix), multi-coloured d6s (lots), and terrain. For gashapons I consider them to be 1/600, the Pacific Rim clix are more like 1/1000 or 1/1200.

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