By popular request, we’ve made the original Campaign Rules from 1st Edition Ambush Valley available as a free download. Entitled Snoopin’ & Poopin’, these rules allow players to string together related scenarios and track the improvement or degradation of participating units.
These rules were originally written for 1st Edition Force on Force and may require a little tweaking for use with 2nd Edition – but did we mention that they’re free?
You can download Snoopin’ & Poopin’ here:
21/08/2014 at 00:17
Nice, I did play a Tour Of Duty FOW Vietnam game this past weekend. Much as I like and have the Ambush Alley rules, I’ve never learned how to play them. I’m of the learn by playing not by reading.
21/08/2014 at 00:18
I have been after some campaign rules for my sci-fi games, I will give these a try!
21/08/2014 at 13:17
You only live an hour and change from my house, Kyote. You could always drop in for some playtesting sometime and learn the rules that way. 😉
Mike, I hope you get some good use out of ’em. They should be pretty easy to adapt to any COIN setting.
All the best,
21/08/2014 at 13:28
I like them.
They have inspired me to work on my campaign, some tweaking will be needed but they seem a good solid set of campaign rules.
Thanks for giving them away!
21/08/2014 at 16:32
Ambush Valley… Great set of rules… I hear the author is dashingly handsome too…
21/08/2014 at 17:14
. . . but tragically and profoundly insane. 😉
22/08/2014 at 14:26
And suffers from some form of OCD that forces him to produce incredible painted figures and models and terrain at an Inhuman rate….PS I don’t find him the least bit atractive , When I’m wearing a meat thong he couldnt even hold a candle to how atractive I am ….and not just to carnivor preditory animals either ….
22/08/2014 at 15:14
No arguments on the insane bit…
Is Mikey still wearing that meat thong? Must be four years he has had that on… Must be wiffy by now.
22/08/2014 at 18:01
23/08/2014 at 04:56
I want to thank Shawn and Piers for recommending this forum as an alternative to the everyday Madness and Folks the campaign rules rock.