19/08/2016 at 04:05 #46873
Could someone do a run-through of the first scenario in the book? Difficult to follow solo. Thanks!
- This topic was modified 3 years, 3 months ago by Bruce Henderson. Reason: Ridiculous, keep getting booted out
- This topic was modified 3 years, 3 months ago by Bruce Henderson.
"This one goes to eleven"19/08/2016 at 10:56 #46892
I got these rules when they first came out and was excited to see an alternative to 40K.
However, I soon found that at least half the book was practically unreadable due to triumph of ‘style’ over legibility, so put it on the shelf marked ‘bah!’.
Sorry I cannot help, but I am sure someone will be along in a little while to assist 🙂
The Ministry of Gentlemanly Warfare19/03/2017 at 20:06 #59531
I know this is an old thread, but although Craig is dead right that the rulebook is extremely hard to find your way around, I have to say that TW is worth persevering with, even though it’s probably the sort of game that you’re going to have to learn by being taught, and then use the rulebook as a reference. I think AAG were somewhat let down by being Osprey’s first “proper” rules-set and both sides were still finding their way with design. Given how much all parties have learned as a result, a second edition would be a wonderful thing to see, but I fear bridges have been burnt and Osprey is in pursuit of the cult of the new for their sales.
With all that in mind, I’ve been slowly building up to doing a video tutorial on how to play Tomorrow’s War. If I can achieve a peace treaty with my recalcitrant video camera, it might even happen sooner rather than later…
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