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Greg B30 Nov 2011 1:04 p.m. PST

The 6mm scale FUBAR action continues – AAR posted to the Fawcett Avenue Conscripts blog:

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A tough outing for the Pax Arcadian troops – what will happen to them next?

Angel Barracks30 Nov 2011 1:10 p.m. PST

That is brilliant.
I love it all.
Well except for the Orks winning again.

I know what you mean about the damage to vehicles.
I made some really simple damage charts for my recent FUBAR participation game.
I will e-mail them over in a bit.

I love those Litko smoke/wreckage markers, I have them myself.

What were the other markers used for?


Michael.

cfielitz30 Nov 2011 1:24 p.m. PST

Your photography on those is great! They are very crisp and have really good depth of field. What did you use to take the pictures with?

Greg B30 Nov 2011 1:24 p.m. PST

The flat yellow flash markers were used to show when a unit had already fired/activated – helped us keep track.

The blast-marker-style explosion markers were used to show a vehicle that had received damage and would have an activation penalty.

The various smoke/flaming wreckage tokens were signs of various levels of damage – from wrecked to immobilized.

That list will be helpful for the next game!

Greg B30 Nov 2011 1:26 p.m. PST

cfietlitz – thanks – I'm glad you like the photos. I used my iPhone 4 to take them. I actually find them to be a bit too dark, so I'm trying to lighten them up before posting…

Angel Barracks30 Nov 2011 1:27 p.m. PST

If you get the inclination I would be interested to know what `stats` you gave to the Pax vehicles.

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earthad30 Nov 2011 6:31 p.m. PST

very cool, loved it!

1905Adventure01 Dec 2011 8:13 a.m. PST

Given the relativley small number of vehicles, why not whip something up in a word processor and put it in a card sleeve so you can mark the damage off with a dry erase? You could find an overhead line drawing of a tank and edit it to have the right weapons. Then just blot them out when they get hit (or the tracks if it's immobilized, etc.,).

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