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chocapik98 (Over a year ago): - delete
You should make figures for the tokens
+3

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unxpekted22 (Over a year ago): - delete
The medic shouldnt have to take a leadership test when he sees someone die.
mrsupercat (Over a year ago): - delete
I know this is kinda a dumb question but what are the name of those blue bead like things they use as command point makers and where can I%uFEFF buy them. Thanks in advance to whoever helps me.
+1
captcommando (Over a year ago): - delete
i was thinking that perhaps units with stealth like the assassin and the commando could potentially steal the forage tokens like pickpoketting of some sort. IDK might be fun
wanklesmissfits (Over a year ago): - delete
I didn't like the fact that when Xlandtos palyer units were killed and they had forage tokens. that the tokens were removed from the board. the tokens should have been left in play on the board to be picked up by who ever comes along using a perception check.
and yes there was a moment or 2 when Dan could have used the supression rule 1- to supress the unit in the house (and they also had a forage token) with no comand points left. heavy weponds could have then dropped a flaimer on them.2- Dan could have also supressed the Xlandtos commander (also out of comand points at the time) and taken him out with the sniper ending the game.
in future games I would like to see a direct fire rule using. 2 or more heavy weponds in there own squad that are within 6" of a comander or sniper that has line of site of the enemy but can't shoot because of a gravity mine. yet the "FIRE TEAM" of heavy weponds does not have "LOS" line of site but would be within range of the target. the comander would use a command point then the "FIRE TEAM" would role seperately for a hit. direct hitswith all AOE's" would be acclumitive.
wanklesmissfits
malko888 (Over a year ago): - delete
ok, i will have a shave too
malko888 (Over a year ago): - delete
Joking Dan, "i think that's how gambling ruins lives."
Matt Serious Face, "Probably."

LOL
that is a joke about probability and lovely moment of personality both at the same time,
you guys are awesome
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Added: May 24, 2012
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