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Just before I start I'd like to say that this is my first post on Lib Online, so if I post this in the wrong area or make any other noobie mistakes dont be too hard on me!!
Anyway on to the reason for my post :-
I few weeks ago I stumbled upon a kinda specialised movement template that is used to 40k. I found it just by clicking on a link but I cant remember what the website was called or indeed what the template was called.
What I do know was that it was 6 inches long (for measuring standard movement) and 2 inches wide for unit coherency.
It wasnt made by Games Workshop and is supposed to be very useful to speed up a 40k game.
Anyone got any ideas what it was called or can provide a link so that I can purchase one in the UK? Have tried to Google it but without being able to remember a name I'm kinda snookered!
Any info would be greatly appreciated! :-)
Hi McFlaff- welcome to the forum!
The thing you're thinking of is the GaleForce 9 gaming measure thing. I'll try and find a link for you.
EDIT: The Gale Force Nine Store
No more NG spearmen, thanks! Now I need some pump-wagons!
Many thanks Paint Monkey! Thats the very item I was looking for! :-)
Now I just need to buy two of them - one for me and one for my opponent! Getting one for my opponements will hopefully spell the end of horde armies advancing 8-9 inches toward my lines on a 6 inch normal move!! ( One of my pet hates in 40K hehe)
There is also the added bonus of being able to quickly spread my units out the full 2 inch coherency distance to minimise all those "pie plates of doom!!"
Welcome to LO McFlaff!
On topic, thats one cool bit of kit, may also pick one up ....
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