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HAVOC in Dadi & Piombo

There is a review of HAVOC: Tactical Miniature Warfare in issue #44 of Italy’s premier wargame magazine Dadi & Piombo.

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2 thoughts on “HAVOC in Dadi & Piombo

  1. Brent,

    I haven’t had a chance to play yet (my group’s been busy with an RPG campaign unfortunately), but I have a question.

    I know you’ve posted in the past that you have tons of unofficial material floating around but were waiting to see what people wanted before you released any expansions/bonus content. Do you have any unofficial rules for the following:

    -Playing with 3 or 4 players (team play, not independent sides)
    -A profile for a Pistolier?

    For a pistol toting miniature coming up with the stats is easy enough. Give him the same melee as a swordsman (4/3 I think from memory?) and then give him Short Range Blackpowder. Just not sure on the points.

    Have several Witch Hunters with Pistols/Swords and a couple Skaven with Warplock pistols I wanted to use.

    Thanks!

    Posted by Charles | March 11, 2011, 2:08 pm
  2. Charles,

    I have a couple of variants for multiplayer games.

    The first is very straight forward, and it will work equally well for both team play or independent sides. You can even use it for mixed sides such as : 3 vs 1, 2 vs 1 vs 1, etc.

    The other multiplayer variant is team based, can handle REALLY large games, BUT is really intended for friendly games with the right kind of group. This variant is especially good for the final game in a campaign series.

    Want multiplayer? You got it! I’ll post both multiplayer options here on the blog this coming week. Keep and eye out.

    On the Pistolier option…
    I could definitely give you something that would work in the short run. However, in the Skirmish, Wild West, and ‘HAVOC’ setting expansions, models with pistols, pistols & sword, etc., behave a little differently and gain some new mechanics and rules. I’ll definitely give you some points for the model as presented above. 🙂

    Brent

    Posted by voodooink | March 12, 2011, 10:17 am

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