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  • #172998
    Jim Webster
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    A quite simple game, but there are three other linked scenarios to come.

    Collecting the goods

    Sometimes smugglers smuggle goods, but sometimes the goods are people, known trouble makers.
    In this scenario our smuggler is smuggling the worst sort of trouble maker, preaching monks

    The Preaching Monks of The Itinerant Order of the Poor Brethren. The Galaxy has many sects, cults and religious orders. Many of these share, sometimes distantly, a core theology. Even if they don’t, many of these religious organisations have common moral goals that they claim they and their congregations aspire to. The Preaching Monks have taken upon their shoulders the duty of keeping all the other cults and sects ‘up to scratch’. In the course of doing this they have, probably inadvertently, fomented schisms, led peasant uprisings, promoted religious revivals, and eventually improved conditions for millions of the downtrodden at the expense of their more educated betters.

    Welcome to Caldoom

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    #173057
    Darkest Star Games
    Participant

    In this scenario our smuggler is smuggling the worst sort of trouble maker, preaching monks

       …and their crates of pamphlets and fliers!  Good stuff sir!

    "I saw this in a cartoon once, but I'm pretty sure I can do it..."

    #173061
    Jim Webster
    Participant

    In this scenario our smuggler is smuggling the worst sort of trouble maker, preaching monks

    …and their crates of pamphlets and fliers! Good stuff sir!

     

    Glad you like it 🙂

    Ali hopes to have this figure, obviously somebody knocking on doors and handing out religious tracts 🙂

     

     

    What more could you want for your wargames table 🙂

    Jim

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    #173093
    willz
    Participant

    Excellent stuff and fantastic inspiration.  Having sold most of my Sci-Fi stuff off, this make me want to restart.

    #173099
    Mike
    Keymaster

    Cool beans, question for you:

    What is the mat made from/of?

    #173100
    Mike
    Keymaster

    Upside down vinyl?

    #173134
    Jim Webster
    Participant

    I’ll have to ask Ali 🙂

    I like it because to me it looks just like the sand in the estuary does here when the tide goes out 🙂

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    #173135
    Jim Webster
    Participant

    Excellent stuff and fantastic inspiration. Having sold most of my Sci-Fi stuff off, this make me want to restart.

    Ah but this will be entirely different sci fi stuff. You can use damned near anything 🙂
    You like a figure, it’ll fit in 🙂

    The second game in this series has some really interesting figures in that you’d not expect in a SF game 🙂

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    #173150
    Jim Webster
    Participant

    Cool beans, question for you: What is the mat made from/of?

     

    This is where it get complicated. Assuming you mean this stuff

     

    It is apparently a scuba fabric that a South African friend brought with him from South Africa. Now beware just buying scuba fabric because there is a dress fabric by the same name which is ‘popular’ because it tends to be figure hugging but gives some support.

    So be careful what you google for 🙂

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    #173167
    Mike
    Keymaster

    Grassy ass

    #173168
    Jim Webster
    Participant

    Grassy ass

    we aim to please 🙂

     

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