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does anyone have any specials senerios they made or found?
Last edited by billybobithyjo; March 14th, 2008 at 06:16.
107th Regiment, 5th Armored Battle Group- 5500ptsFor someone to deal as much damage as you did, the Emperor must surely be at your side. - MaxDv
Its a list of missions that have been used at the tournament. Some good, some great - I especially like Thunderhawk Down.
Check it out!
Last edited by Cadaver Junkie; March 14th, 2008 at 06:29. Reason: Yeah. My spelling aint the best.
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You might look around for some scenarios that they use at the grand tournaments. I know that when I went a few years back for Warhammer Fantasy they had several different special missions that we played.
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My group uses the Mission Generator system from the old Adeptus Titanicus game.
If ya haven’t heard about it you should check it out. Its great fun. Each player has their own mission which is hidden from his opponent. There is about twelve mission, six “Attacker” and six “Defender” missions, which are randomly chosen. There is also a point generation system where players play at different point levels. It balances out because the lower point missions are the easier mission. Generally the attacker has more points than the defender but not always.
I’m surprised that GW went away from this system. Random hidden missions at varied point values is the way to go!
The guys who run Astronomi-con have a little store thing on the side, and they offer a CD with 50+ tournament proven special scenarios complete with table layouts, special rules and (I'm pretty sure) photos of the actual tables for reference, plus their own set of Apocalypse-style rules (put together long before Apocalypse came into being) and selected photos from the various Astro events. It's $20 plus $5 shipping, but well worth it, IMHO - these scenarios are really awesome to play, and they're about as far from the same tired old "kill everything" style missions as you're ever going to get! And even better, these scenarios have been proven to play well even with Flyers, VDR creations, special characters and oddball niche armies running amok on the table!
You might try contacting them to see if they'll show you some sample missions to see what it's all about before you decide to buy it or not.