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Brief Description Tactical space combat over the surface of the moon, using miniatures mounted on custom 3D telescoping flight stands. Each player is given two figures and stands for each of his ships, allowing him to see his old position while figuring his next movement (the extra ships are in play only during that ship's movement) - optional rules allow play with single figures. Each ship has a "fighter display" for tracking status. Weapons include a variety of lasers; the advanced rules add the paralyzer "glue" gun; resource rules also cover bombs, rockets, and missiles. Data is provided for four fighters plus non-combatants. The rulebook also provides Mission Builder random mission and campaign rules, a pilot development system, and a brief introduction to lunar terrain.
Period The Lunar Rebellion of 2032
Scale Tactical. Scale unstated. Each figure represents an individual space fighter. Designed for use with the MoonDragon line of miniatures.
Basing Custom 3D flight stands (see Contents, below)
Contents Boxed set includes:
  • 80-page, 8.5" x 11" rules booklet
  • Quick Start/Frequently Asked Questions sheet
  • 4 Ship Display sheets
  • Assembly Instructions sheet (for the flight stands)
  • Example Engagement pamphlet
  • two template sheets
  • blister pack containing 2x Wardog and 2 x Moondragon ship miniatures (manufactured by Rafm)
  • ziploc bag containing 2 6-sided dice and 36 red and blue plastic disks (tokens)
  • 4 unassembled flight stands
    • four 3" x 3" x 1.5" varnished wooden blocks (bases)
    • four telescoping antennae
    • 40 plastic 3D joints
Designers Josh Friel
Jules McCann
Tony Rousmaniere (
Publisher First edition published 1997 by by New Dimension Games

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Online Resources

Official MoonDragon Website
The publisher lists all of his products.
Going 3D With Moondragon
Workbench article about the miniatures, the flight stands, and painting.

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Last Updates
1 May 1998added Birds of Prey link
21 September 1997page first published
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