Seems we are not the only two to notice the declines of the delivery service. UPS…why oh why. :p
I have both of these too, and I didn’t think it was too noticeable, except for:
(1) the SS that were raised up on 1 leg – that really added to their height.
(2) The SS jackets are bulkier, even compared to some other German infantry types. You can see, for example, if you try to mix and match some of the SS arms with regular German bodies – t…[Read more]
Well, the wording of the rules does say you roll for burning when firing at units in the building. But, aside from that, maybe it could be argued troops wouldn’t risk the thrower running out of fuel on a “Maybe”?
Then how about this: Why can’t forests burn, or fields of wheat?
I agree 100%. My current order has been sitting in the UPS depot for almost 2 weeks. I am not blaming Warlord at all, who always do their best to get stuff out , as they are overworked. When I learned my latest order was using UPS my heart sank – their reputation as an international joke precedes them. And this, my first experience of them, wi…[Read more]
For anyone interested, Warlord kindly confirmed that this file is the same as that in the starter set, just presented in a more basic form online:
Yeah first thing I did but I suspect they have their hands full of epic civil war orders :p
Someone out there must have bought the Samurai Starter Set…
Thanks Slarty. I think I have found Warlord’s “official” army lists, but for all I know they are the same as Greene’s
They come with the starter set.
Question is….can I get just the list booklet as I don’t use 28mm for this conflict…
So, Warlord sell the Samurai figures, under Pike & Shotte.
But where are the army lists, scenarios, and so on? I see nothing in the Pike & Shotte rulebook.
Alessio says this is a hold over from 1st edition back when flame throwers hit automatically.
“I will errata it, stating that it just needs to be in range, regardless of whether it hits the squad or not.”
Guess this means Flamethrowers just got a bit more lethal when clearing buildings.
I hope this helps and have a nice day.…[Read more]
At the risky of being inflammatory (pun intended) ….
Reply from Warlord:
Thanks for getting in touch.
As far as I am aware the fire check would only be on a hit, but I am going to pass this onto Alessio for confirmation.
I hope this helps and have a nice day.
I have asked Warlord. Will post their reply when it arrives.
Same thing though, right? “used” could imply “Used successfully”. Otherwise future games are going to be a bonfire :p
We sure about this? I assumed the wording actually meant “Shot at” as “successfully shot at” as in “hit”.
I’ve seen several places where this question has been asked, all with different answers, so I suspect 1st Ed might have been different….
(1) Is there any differentiation between moving a heavy artillery vs a light artillery? I cannot find one in the rules.
(2) Can you issue an order for a Flak 88 or a Heavy howitzer to move itself?…[Read more]
OK, so you can get these from Warlord:
You are definitely talking about Bolt Action, not Samurais, right?
A KV-1 has 10 armour. Flamethrower Pen is +3. So since it cannot be hurt, would a Regular crew have its 50% chance to ignore this low threat? (And veterans 100% chance). If yes, does that mean it skips the rout check normally forced by flamethrowers?
Does a unit have to say “Going Down” the moment say a tank fires at it. Or can it wait to see if the tank hits and then go down? I assume both are options depending on how much risk you want to take.
New FAQ today has this about Stalingrad campaign. We had the same question, But the FAQ answer didn’t help.
“The special rule “Off-Map Battery” (on pages 137 & 138 of “Campaign: Stalingrad”) states, “Soviet players are not allowed
to take artillery units”. This in turn is seemingly contradicted
in the (“NOT A STEP BACK!” REINFORCED PLAT…[Read more]
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