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Truscott Trotter
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IABSM Resources

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As a proud new owner of IABSM I was wondering as I have my first read through are there online resources available as in COC?
I am aware of the specials and the scenario books / army lists for sale but I was thinking more of the QRS, Index, FAQ, errata, counters, cards blinds etc?
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Hi,

http://www.vislardica.com/iabsm-game-aids/ has some, I think. But the dl section of yahoo group is the best source, I am afraid.

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The ARTSCOW discussion has a link, provided by John Bond, for some cards.

I've also DL'd the blinds and etc. from the Yahoo Group. There are also some QRS type files.

EDIT: Just saw the part about not being on the Yahoo Group...

Here are the blinds I've saved off: https://drive.google.com/open?id=0B330F ... WZaaHdJaU0

Cards I mentioned: https://drive.google.com/open?id=0B330F ... WM2b3lic3M

Speaking IABSM: https://drive.google.com/open?id=0B330F ... ml2RnFIZmc

QRS files: https://drive.google.com/open?id=0B330F ... 0tXVDRScFU
https://drive.google.com/open?id=0B330F ... 2trZHdPSUE

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You could also check out the Lard Island Blog on Lard website - see download section.
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You could also check out the Lard Island Blog on Lard website - see download section.

Also the Last Hussar posted in the Pendraken forum a short while ago with a link to his excellent and free IABSM cards

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Thanks chaps lots of useful stuff in those links
After learning CoC IABSM is very familiar - am looking forward to finally getting a game in next week!

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I would love to see this as well. Thanks
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I'm not a fan of the official play sheet - it has too many missing special case rules that are actually pretty common (like the 'HE always pins, treat enemy as one level of cover worse if you roll more 6's than 1's' for example).

I'm about to switch to http://perrysheroes.free.fr/IMG/pdf/IAB ... 5mm_v1.pdf for my games.
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As far as i know TMP is the Internet Hub of historicals where you can find documents and materials. It has links to current auctions on e-bay, news from pretty much all rules and miniature makers and several discussion boards for every period IABSM Resources. Many rules writers, sculpters and store owners post there. It is also a perfect symbol for the 13 year lag in webdesign that the historical hobby is plagued with. It is ugly and the discussion pages are very often down for maintenance.
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