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January 23, 2013 1 Comment


Note: This post originally appeared here No RX Valtrex, . Valtrex japan, I'm not playing Mechwarrior anymore, though I still have my House Davion army, Valtrex overseas. Valtrex coupon, This post still applies, as I'm currently constructing my Warhammer 40k Imperial Guard army, 1000mg Valtrex, Valtrex australia, and am putting as much RP into the formation of my troops as I can. Enjoy.

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I've been a wargamer for as long as I've been a roleplayer, No RX Valtrex. Primarily Warhammer and its ilk, 200mg Valtrex, 250mg Valtrex, but also Heroclix and Mechwarrior: Dark Age.

I've recently gotten people in my gaming group into Mechwarrior, 500mg Valtrex, 100mg Valtrex, which I hadn't played in at least 4-5 years. It was made by the now-defunct WizKids Games, 150mg Valtrex, Valtrex canada, and was a simplified version of Battletech. Since it's a dead game, 750mg Valtrex, Valtrex india, you can find the minis online for dirt-cheap, so we've begun stockpiling, Valtrex us. No RX Valtrex, Tonight, instead of RPGs we've had our first three-way game. Valtrex mexico, But we find ourselves roleplaying as we're collecting our figures and playing. We set up our units on the battlefield in a manner akin to our factions (I, 50mg Valtrex, Valtrex craiglist, for example, am playing the Federated Suns, 20mg Valtrex, 30mg Valtrex, a militant group, and as such, Valtrex usa, Valtrex paypal, set up strict formations), collect minis akin to our factions (one player is playing the Rasalhague Dominion, who distrust mercenaries, so, no mercenaries will be fielded with his guys). Note that none of these things we're doing are in the rules, per se, and can sometimes cause us grief and give us weaker tactics and abilities, but we do it because that's how the faction should be.

pic173190In the middle of the game, if I'm losing and down to only a couple of units, I'll retreat. There's no advantage to retreating in the games we're playing, but it only makes sense, No RX Valtrex. If you know you can't win, you don't just get yourself destroyed, you fall back. Now, if I was playing the Draconis Combine, a very Feudal Japanese type group, I would never back down or retreat. You fight to the last man.

I'll find myself explaining to the other players how one of my units communicates with the other and reports to them the status of a location or something.

Do any of you do this in your wargames. How could you inject more flavor, more RP. Have you taken a wargame and made a pure RPG out of it. Leave a comment and let me know.

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One Comments to “No RX Valtrex”
  1. One of the very first wargames I played was a Boer War game where I was a young cavalry officer with a troop of lancers. I was given the option to conduct a flanking maneuver (being an impetuous young officer) without telling the rest of my side or to stick with The Plan. I stuck with the plan and have regretted the timidity of my youth ever since. I played that game sometime in the late ’80’s…

    I think it is very important to have some character in one’s wargaming forces, and it can make the game more fun with one’s opponents too. Is the leader of my panzers going to be a proper officer of Prussian stock and tradition, intellectually disecting the battlefield, or is he the lowborn upstart trying to make a bold name for himself with daring and risky maneuvers? Those would be two very different games, and would indeed force my opponent to react in two very different ways.

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