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Kenmure

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  1. Just a clarification the text says: you can initiate a additional military challenge... is then for all players or just the player that played it?
  2. that sounds like a good idea thank you. I'm new to all RPG never played them be for. All the information you guys have been giveing is helping out a lot. I just hope may games are as good as yours sounds.
  3. Adeptus-B said: I usually use a mat with 1-inch squares for indoor fights, where conditions will be cramped and long ranges are irrelevant, and on a table with 3-D terrain for outdoor battles, using a tape measure to determine ranges a la the tabletop 40K game. I've found that, in the latter case, a scale of 1" = 1 meter makes it too easy for the action to spill off the table, so I switched to .5" = 1 meter. Even so, that rules out very long range firefights (the kitchen table is only so big...); I haven't staged any yet, but when I do, I'll probably go with 1cm = 1 meter. Adeptus-B said: I usually use a mat with 1-inch squares for indoor fights, where conditions will be cramped and long ranges are irrelevant, and on a table with 3-D terrain for outdoor battles, using a tape measure to determine ranges a la the tabletop 40K game. I've found that, in the latter case, a scale of 1" = 1 meter makes it too easy for the action to spill off the table, so I switched to .5" = 1 meter. Even so, that rules out very long range firefights (the kitchen table is only so big...); I haven't staged any yet, but when I do, I'll probably go with 1cm = 1 meter. i was think about the came thing for in door and out. keep me up to date on how things go i would like to know. thanks to all that helped. I just cant what to start my game.
  4. Adeptus-B said: I usually use a mat with 1-inch squares for indoor fights, where conditions will be cramped and long ranges are irrelevant, and on a table with 3-D terrain for outdoor battles, using a tape measure to determine ranges a la the tabletop 40K game. I've found that, in the latter case, a scale of 1" = 1 meter makes it too easy for the action to spill off the table, so I switched to .5" = 1 meter. Even so, that rules out very long range firefights (the kitchen table is only so big...); I haven't staged any yet, but when I do, I'll probably go with 1cm = 1 meter. i was think about the came thing for in door and out. keep me up to date on how things go i would like to know. thanks to all that helped. I just cant what to start my game.
  5. I'm new to GMing and was wanting what is th best way to play deathwatch. I have seen deathwatch played before and wanted to know. All most every time i see the game played it on a mat just like D&D. what about playing it on a table like you would 40k. Im about to start a campain and wanted to know. Better to play on a mat with 1 in squers or on a table? I wanted to know if any one has tryed to play it on a table before and how did it go?
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