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Landorl23 Aug 2010 9:47 a.m. PST

I have just run a test battle using Battlelust to get a feel for the rules. All of the figs used are 15mm from various manufacturers. Since I used 15mm figs, I halved all of the distance values.

Heres the report!

Striker24 Aug 2010 3:02 a.m. PST

I'm a fan of Battlelust and agree with you on the armor effects. I've played it mostly with shield only or GAC-1, with a few GAC-2 guys thrown in. Had a game with one guy in GAC-4 and it took quite a while to bring him down.

Landorl24 Aug 2010 6:57 a.m. PST

I like the rules and would definitely use them with a Harnmaster Game, but I would not use them with a later time period, or a high fantasy game with heavy armor… At least not without modifying the rules some.

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