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"Minefields in v4 are quite different from v3. They are no longer rectangular 20cm x 5cm, but instead marked with a 2cm wide token and anywhere within 5cm of that token is the minefield. This requires that you constantly measure to determine if you are in- or out-side the minefield. Some players, including me, find that a little annoying and also less pleasing to the eye, than a piece of terrain."
Publication Date
8 July 2020
Link
breakthroughassault.co.uk/faces-bases-something-something-diy-flexible-minefields
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Breathrough Assault
Categories
Terrain, Blog Article

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