rigolgm wrote:Just something regarding more modern weapons.
Blitzkrieg Commander is a game I play, which is a variant of Black Powder for WW2 (but predates Black Powder). It is quite different, to reflect how more modern weapons work and tactics work. For example, shooting and movement are all blended in together (not moving THEN shooting), so you can do a lot of 'suppressing the enemy and THEN charging' etc. And suppressing the enemy - basically the same as disordering in Black Powder - is much easier in BLitzkrieg Commander.
So it's all about cover, suppression etc. But it still uses the same two basic stats of "range" and "attack dice" that you see in Black Powder, albeit different ones depending on whether the target is armoured or soft. And because firepower is so strong (lots of attack dice) it's usually crazy to charge an enemy without suppressing them first.
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