DE LUDIS BELLORUM STATUNCULIS PLASTICIS GESTORUM'Concerning games of war waged with plastic figurines'
Wargaming with [20mm] Plastic FiguresBy Nick Grant
DE LUDIS BELLORUM STATUNCULIS PLASTICIS GESTORUM
'Concerning games of war waged with plastic figurines'
Wargaming with [20mm] Plastic Figures
By Nick Grant
I like the steam punk stuff:-DDDDDDDD Spiderman versus Shiva!! ...great, that could be a real fun idea...mixing any sort of sets and figs in a wargame. The rules could be a bit difficult to write. They would have to be very adaptable..but imagine how much more enyoyable...no restrictions on game play or historical/genre based play.Thanks for that..it made me laugh :-DCheersPaul
Why write it, it's already been written! Hordes of the Things. Great fun, give 'em a try!Nick
Hmmm, my spidey senses tingling!That splinter cam does rock, and looks great on the table.Well down
Cheers mate. Andy (the over-sized Scorpion driver) made the airboat, incl. paintwork, so I just kinda copied his when I made the steam tank.HOTT's a great game - where else can you evenly match VSF Brits against spiders!Nick
Inspirational - maybe I will paint some VSF British, too :)But it would be hard work to get my fellows to HOTT, after I just persuaded them to go für 20 mm napoleonics ...Bernhard
Good morning Bernhard,Thanks for the kind words. You could ease your group into HOTT by adapting your Napolioncs. Add a Hero there, a Flyer (balloon) there, Hordes (French cannon fodder?), Clerics, Paladins, Magicians (didn't they think of Napolion himself as a bit of a tactical majician?), then add some fantastic machines...sail powered land ships? Leonardo's turtle cars, updated for the Napolionic era? Man powered submarines...let your imagination run wild!Just a thought,Nikck