Quick question, how does one know how many Jump-off Points are required in each of the scenarios in the 1940 Handbook? It's probably blindingly obvious but I couldn't see any reference in the book.
Any help appreciated.
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- Fri Oct 12, 2018 1:44 am
- Forum: Chain of Command
- Topic: Tricksy Sniper Shenanigans
- Replies: 8
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I would suggest that the existing rules for spotting snipers - i.e. they are hard to spot - imply that the sniper is already following reasonable fieldcraft and firing from a relatively concealed position (e.g. within a room rather than at the window through which he or she is firing). Thus I would ...
Hi folks, Rather than SP2 in particular, this is more a query for Napoleonics in general. Can anyone enlighten me on what, if any, personal weapons were carried by artillery crews of the era, in particular the various forces of the Peninsular War? This includes edged weapons as well as any firearms....
Theres a couple of Naval landing party scenarios in the various Toofatlardies specials: Lawnmower and the Pirates - Cutting out scenario for SP (Xmas 2009 - for the earlier edition of SP) A Hot Press - Press-gang Scenario (Xmas 2010 - for the earlier edition of SP) Viva Ras Begus - British Navy atta...
Have you considered the various CDS card sets available on the print-on-demand service artscow*? They are listed here: http://toofatlardies.wikia.com/wiki/Artscow_Cards Might be of interest? *Disclaimer: I created one of these sets but there are others too. In any case no money whatsoever goes to th...
- Tue May 15, 2018 8:26 am
- Forum: What a Tanker!
- Topic: Just Deserts - Dust clouds and Random Desert Events
- Replies: 1
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Hey folks, In case anyone's interested, here's some optional rules and random events I created for tanking in the Western Desert: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1cXjpmrA-tQN2YgLQJAugiSdh5e2LVu3a/view?usp=sharing We've played them couple of times so far, and add a bit of themed colour and flavour to...