There was a time when few people made statcards for their units because it was a tedious process. Too many layers to work with, too much CP to calculate, and too much effort to put into something that could be easily written down on paper.
That time has ended.
Forum user WestNordOst has gone through the effort of creating a full-fledged statcard generator. Just enter the unit’s Structure, Propulsion, Weapons and other features, and watch as it instantly calculates the unit’s CP and adds the information to the card. Then, pimp out your statcards by changing the coulours and adding flavour text and a picture of your unit. Hit the Print button and BAM, you’ve got yourself a sweet statcard that took about five minutes to make.
Link is provided below, as well as the link to the thread so you can see any future updates.
Battle Organization - May 28, 2014
In the heart of the metropolitan masterpiece known as the Twin Cities, Minnesota, a battle of epic proportions rages on.
“The Nazis find the holy grail and are shipping it back to Berlin on an armoured train, but the Allies, BrikThulhu cultists and Inquisition attempt to intervene.”
This battle is available to all weekend pass holders at the World War Brick convention, put on by our friends at Brickmania.
Battle Reports - May 4, 2014
Away from the large scale LDD spaceship battles of the Sci-Fi brikverse, several active forum battles have been happening on a smaller, more medieval scale. The planet of Medivo, with its technology-breaking plot atmosphere, has been host to a number of active conflicts.
In the naval battle You can’t Escape the Miles, by Scratch, a group of nobles on their way to war are waylaid first by undead pirates, then by a giant spiney dragon.
Carved In Stone, By Bragallot, is the story of a rag-tag coalition on its way to besiege the fortress of the Necromancer, Phinius, and who have to fight their way through the undead defense forces. Meanwhile, a failed Heroic Feat on the Woad Elves’ part causes an enraged eagle to set his sights on their hero.
In Retaliation, by Zahru II, the Empire of Northeros (paradoxically ruled by a King) is under siege by the invaders of the Falx Republic, an aggressive civilization that gets around the tech barrier by traveling between worlds using portals. The Empire’s forces have been rallied under the Crown Prince, and are attempting to push them back through the portal they came from.