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dilanski wrote:Have your imaginary balls exploded all over the keypad or something?
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and don't use that myth busted icon all the time
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Cpl. Halan wrote:Miggy, you just rezzed a topic. Before you post, check the date of the previous post. If it is more than a month old, don't post.
But on the other hand
- Their rulebook's been WIP for a year? what a bunch of slackers
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I tend to use whatever I have when I play, which unfortunately is about 15 minifigs. I will be fixing that.
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I like big battles but it generaly depends on how many exposives/vehicles you are using IMO if it is a large battle with not many explosions it's gonna drag on.
Only 2 things are infinite the universe and human stupidity, and I'm not so sure about the former- Albert Einstien.
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I prefer well-built backgrounds/killing grounds, and a medium amount of figs, it makes the game go much faster.
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I would love to play in an epic battle, but so far all I have managed was medium-large ones involving about a hundred figs total and some vehicles. They're still fun, generally the bigger the better.
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