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Doesn't even have to be a settlement or bulding...
The important thig is to have a centerpiece... a real eyecatcher.
Try maybe thinking of a ruined or complete oil/chemical storage plant, a special ruin of some sort, crashed space ship and so on
As long as you have a real centerpiece the battle will also become more interesting.
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It's in the battle field section pg124 "placing terrain on the battlefield"Originally posted by Dragonslayero@Sep 1 2003, 22:48
But where do you find this in the rulebook?
For the centre-piece you could have something like an Imperial Bunker to show their authority.
There's an article on how to make one below.
I made one myself and it doesn't exactly look brilliant but its a nice eyecatcher and adds a little style to the game board.
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Well if you want to keep it fair.
Try this, a shooty army could have plains on their side of the map, but make an obstical that they could still shoot your combat army from, and while you decide, you have heavy woods to keep them from totally scrapping your army.
So have a building foundation, and heavy woods, perhaps seperated by a river, if he starts getting too close to the river, charge.
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