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Nicely done.

There is no mention of weapons though? One thing we have found play testing out Mad Erik's Flying Washing Machine of Doom was that they are virtually impossible to shoot down. We therefore limit the weaponry to twin linked weapons.

If you don't they effectively become a flying Trakk that cannot be rammed, has a cheaper Teef value and a greater thrust distance.

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We therefore limit the weaponry to twin linked weapons.
If you don't they effectively become a flying Trakk that cannot be rammed, has a cheaper Teef value and a greater thrust distance.
Double Wokkas costs 25 teef rather than 15 teef and the Koptas cost five teef more than bikes. They can't be rammed but also can't ram anything. They can't mount Big Grabbers or Wrecker Balls so the only real way they have of inflicting damage is through shooting (which as we all know isn't all that great at causing damage!).

Koptas have no crew capacity and Double Wokkas don't have reliable crew capacity. This bit took some maths (I'm rather pleased with it!). The number of warriors on board (including the pilot) requires a check every turn (with an automatic D3 damage inflicted if the check fails):
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Three passengers (other than driver and gunner) means there's a 1/5 chance of failure. Four makes it 1/3.8, five makes it 1/3.

One thing we have found play testing out Mad Erik's Flying Washing Machine of Doom was that they are virtually impossible to shoot down.
That's the next thing we're going to need: some rules for suitable weapons to bring such a vehicle down (y)
I was thinking perhaps 'Eet Seekaz or something derived from them. Or harpoon ploughs (the harpoon is fired then the plough is lowered to slow the tethered target down)?

Got any fun ideas? :sneaky:

There is no mention of weapons though?
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Kopta are treated exactly like bikes for movement, shooting, being shot at, armament, hit locations, and so on
Like a Trukk a Wokka may mount either a Big Gun or two identical Gunz linked together (see page 27 of Da Uvver Book)