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pavelft21 Jun 2020 11:52 a.m. PST

Does anyone know what size paper the Wings at War Movement templates should be printed on? I'm assuming A4, since everything else for the rules are in A4, but the .pdf files on their website ( don't seem to suggest what size paper to print on. Since I'm in the US I can cut legal paper to A4 size, but if I can print them on Letter that would be great too.

sillypoint22 Jun 2020 2:19 a.m. PST

Print out 1 page. If the base of the model fits over the "card", it is the right size.
Personally I prefer to cards to be about 1/3 larger- so movement is more noticeable. Also the firing range at least 50% longer – reduces the need to be so close.
But, that's just me, there are very few rules that I don't amend to suit my needs.

pavelft28 Jun 2020 7:54 a.m. PST

For those who may be interested, the correct printing size is A4. If you can't get A4 then take US Legal paper and cut it to 8.3" x 11.7" (210mm x 297mm).

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