Date Added: 05/23/2017 11:34:49
The overall design of the map looks immediately impressive. Regrettably, when zooming in on it after purchase and later when printing it out I realized the very poor resolution of everything, which makes it look very pasty and unsharp. Plus, the grid seems a little out of the way in some places of the map, creating squares for figures to stand on where it doesn't make much sense for the to do so (half inside a wall, etc.). All in all, a great map in theory, but a very unsatisfying product.
ok, I have ordered the microtactix twilight street heroic scale, after printing off some of the building I also got the drakes and the horseman's deli as well, when i printed off the too samples i was impressed with their look and easy build, just as a test run I used paper, not card stock. I play the Old school Marvel TSR role play tabletop game. drakes almost fits into the Marvel 2D city map buildings, I would like to shrink the buildings to fit, what would be the correct setting for that? or would manual trimming with scissors work better with correct measurements. i was also a little worried the hero cardboard tokens would be to large, I was glad that were not any bigger then the free hero token enclosed with stinky's pizza. look correct proportionate to the buildings. I'm really like the product, plan to buy more....
Date Added: 05/22/2017 12:57:16
Great looking figures! Very good researched and historcal correct drawn.
A little fiddly to glue the two sides together, but the result is great.
I will try to collect the complete 4th French Infantry Regiment. I hope there will be more Napoleonic soldiers in the future (French Cavalry or Russian Infantry for example).
I have used the Dragon Lock Tiles for about 3 months, having 7or8 packs I have printed more than 500 tiles for Our D&D Group, We ALL Love the 3d experiances. We have been together more than 30 years, starting with pen and paper D&D on to minature on acitate/grid/grease pencil. 3 Months i got a FlashForge Creator Pro, and the softeware from Fat Dragon Games...Great Great Great... Keep bringing the Dungeon experiences!
I just got this latest Skirmisher Army pack, along with the other three armies of Humans, Orcs and Dwarves, but this is may favorite of the four. I always liked using lizard men and their ilk as baddies in my campaigns, and this one with Lizards riding Lizards just hit me right! I love how all these armies have various faction. options for printing and a blank shield for your own emblem concept. I haven't used them for little orc wars itself yet, but just got a pack ready, printed on normal paper and glue sticked to foam core since my printer can't handle card stock, and my PCs are about to get ambushed by raptor riding "clever girls." Look the high quality art and coloring, keep it up Skirmisher!...
Great card stock set! I just got these, along with the other three armies of Lizards, Dwarves, and Orcs. They work great on cardstock, or as I have to do from printer liabilities normal paper printed and glue sticked onto foam cor or card stock. They work great with both Little Orc Wars and just normal Table top D&D and RPGs. Always of a fan of your art and products, thanks!
Nice one Skirmisher! I just got this, along with the other three little armies of Human, Lizard (with a lizard on lizard mount card!) and Dwarf. Great art and I like the faction shield designs and especially the blank one of each type to design as I please. One idea, since I'm not a great, or even good, but passable artist is maybe just the shield designs in a seperate square to print and glue on. The insturctions and cut lines are easy to follow, and the look is awesome!
Just got this, in my latest card stock purchase, and it's great! I love that there are different shield types and a blank one that you can design over, either after printing or in Photoshop. My printer doesn't handle thicker card stock but I just print these on normal paper and cut and gluestick them to card or foam stock. I always love the art and colors of Skirmisher cards, and goat riders are a great addition to any army 8)
The game is intended to use just a handful of miniatures so that you can break out some of your figures that have been collecting dust or explore a period without having to invest large amounts of time and money. For example, an infantry unit consists of six individually-based figures.
The rules only take up about 24 of the rule's 67 pages. The rest are optional rules including campaign rules and some tools/inspiration for developing scenarios. The rules are straight forward. It is generally an I-Go-You-Go turn sequence, but there are opportunities for the passive side to interrupt the active side. Shooting and hand-to-hand combat use opposed rolls. The results of these rolls incorporate disorder and units breaking as well as casualties. This makes for a quick game and one that is visually appealing – Shaken units can be shown by a staggered line while broken units are represented by a mob of figures skulking at the rear.
Overall, I enjoyed the game. It was quick to learn the b...
Excellent light solo wargame. Simple and straightforward with plenty of decisions and dice rolling. The Battle system and hidden unit loyalty system are new and interesting. I would recomend this game to anyone interested solo conflict sims.
Looks great, nice details, will definitely use this and I am sure my players will love it. Really like the 2 variations, so you can have before and after a disaster or befor eand after something is fixed.