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  1. Troubled Child

    Requiem - Skirmish Battles in the Post Apocalypse

    I do. It is not a simple system to understand and the books are not intuitive. There is something of an 80's RPG about them, there are a lot of tables. Once you've figured it out it has a great flow and if you approach with the right mindset is very rewarding. This is Ed's YT channel, not much...
  2. Troubled Child

    Requiem - Skirmish Battles in the Post Apocalypse

    The later versions of FNG from Two Hour Wargames had semi autonomous enemy PEFs (possible enemy force) that functioned a little like blips from Space Hulk. I'm not saying I called in an airstrike on a water buffalo once, but if I did, it was nothing compared to the warcrimes committed by other...
  3. Troubled Child

    Requiem - Skirmish Battles in the Post Apocalypse

    I agree with the troll, probably best as a supplement. I think this mostly because you can commit to it better and have scenarios built around the concept. Rolling road and trying to job lorries/trains/post office vans.
  4. Troubled Child

    Necromunda The Sump: General hobby venting thread (Beware:grumpy grognards)

    But RPGs are generally cooperative, in a competitive game if your opponent has invested in 'optional' extras then you are at a disadvantage.
  5. Troubled Child

    Necromunda The Sump: General hobby venting thread (Beware:grumpy grognards)

    I'd actually guess that the book would be pretty cheap as the models are where they are going to get their money back. I bought the terrain at a fraction of what GW are now selling it at in individual boxes.
  6. Troubled Child

    New models incoming

    From the bottom of the article. So you can build your own stuff but are punished for doing so.
  7. Troubled Child

    New models incoming

    Johnny never played well with others.
  8. Troubled Child

    Tribemeet UK 2022 - Event details

    Depends on the models, but probably.
  9. Troubled Child

    New models incoming

    I have 2 of the old ones built out to sub assemblies but I've given them servitor drivers and I'm attaching some 3d printed industrial gear to turn them into forklifts. I could see military ones guarding the ash gates but that's about it.
  10. Troubled Child

    New models incoming

    I have some of the models, never even thought about buying the rules though.
  11. Troubled Child

    New models incoming

    Perhaps we could club together and send one person to buy us all copies.
  12. Troubled Child

    Necromunda The Sump: General hobby venting thread (Beware:grumpy grognards)

    I'll see what Wayland is selling them at or how many people are ditching the terrain on eBay.
  13. Troubled Child

    Necromunda Stoof's Project Thread

    Sadly I don't think I can make Tribemeet. I shall summon @Mad Robot and see what he says.
  14. Troubled Child

    Necromunda Stoof's Project Thread

    For those of us who are? I've been waiting on them showing up in the store before doing another MR order.
  15. Troubled Child

    Some SWA kill teams (and maybe other stuff)

    I hate using GS. Brown and grey putties are much more versatile and easier to use. You've done a good job though, I never thought of mixing it with Milliput.
  16. Troubled Child

    Necromunda The Sump: General hobby venting thread (Beware:grumpy grognards)

    For them, there clearly is no reason. For me, a sense of personal pride that I did a good job?
  17. Troubled Child

    New models incoming

    Totally agree but that wasn't how it was pitched.
  18. Troubled Child

    New models incoming

    I have to agree with @Ardavion I don't like it and it makes no sense. It's too big and slow for what was being pitched as vehicular game and if it ever steps off solid rock it's going to sink.
  19. Troubled Child

    New models incoming

    Yeah I know that pain well. I was thinking more about the mid range of companies like Mantic or Warlord but I don't know them personally so can't speak about if they'd be interested or not. For something historical like Bolt Action it would actually make a lot of sense to have STLs for weird and...