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#1 the 8 spider

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Posted 14 May 2010 - 08:28 AM

from france

a short question.

does any one use this bordgame to show players the look of the ships or just stay with the pictures of rt?

#2 Quicksilver



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Posted 14 May 2010 - 09:03 AM

Most of the books for Battlefleet Gothic, as well as pictures of the ships, are nicely avaliable from GW's website.  Look under 'Specialist Games'.  I happen to own a couple small fleets (with some home-made escorts), which make nice markers for when we do a space combat that really reqires that level of visualization.

90% of the time I'm posting without access to rulebooks.  Unless I say otherwise, assume everything is I.I.R.C.

#3 Aajz_Solari



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Posted 15 November 2010 - 12:31 AM

I definitely use them, as it adds a lot to the overall feeling of the game. I happen to have been playing BFG, so everything's already here, and also GW's Rogue Trader Escort kit (obviously) makes for a great choice of possible Explorers' ships - especially because a lot of the basic hull types presented in the RT core rulebook are based upon those models.

I'd definitely recommend using the models!

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