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Campaign Map PDF help files (WIP)

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Hi there.

 

I have made similar files for all the Skirmish maps and hav now decided I will do the same for the Campaign maps.

 

These files are purely thought as an aid in setup an placement of the tiles and do not contain any mor information (crates, terminals, doors etc.)

 

The small 2 x 1 tiles are outlined a bit thicker for easy reference.

 

Download, print and hopefully like  :)

Imperial Assault Campaign Map - Aftermath.pdf

Imperial Assault Campaign Map - Captured.pdf

Imperial Assault Campaign Map - Brushfire.pdf

Imperial Assault Campaign Map - Temptation.pdf

Imperial Assault Campaign Map - High Moon.pdf

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Cool, this is helpful! This may be the old man in me speaking, but the diagrams in the books are at times hard to make out with their positioning, and matching the numbers can sometimes be tough. Crates, terminals, and such would be a bonus but that'd be more work for you! Good stuff.

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Cool, this is helpful! This may be the old man in me speaking, but the diagrams in the books are at times hard to make out with their positioning, and matching the numbers can sometimes be tough. Crates, terminals, and such would be a bonus but that'd be more work for you! Good stuff.

I might fairly easily be convinced to do crates and terminals and possibly doors.

A red bar for a door?

A "C" for crates and a "T" for terminals (without color "code")?

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I picked up IA this weekend, and they're definitely going to be handy to set up the first few missions quicker rather than figure out the jigsaw puzzle maps. Thank you!

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You might not need to complete these Forensicus. BGG user Bunnystyle has all the maps completed in this pdf https://boardgamegeek.com/filepage/117642/campaign-tile-guide. I figured if someone has already done the work it could save you some time.

Thx for letting me know, saves me from doing redundant work.

And who ever said procrastination never pays off?!?

:-)

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