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workerBee

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Compatioble rules sets from single sources
« on: April 02, 2012, 07:30:39 PM »
Inspired by the question about FoF versus TFL rules systems:

Is Tomorrow's wars compatible with FOF (Force on Force)?

Is there a SF rules sets from TFL (Two Fat Lardies?)

Yes, just a little anal-retentive to have rules for WW2/Modern/SF that are relatively compatible (Like BKC II, CWC, and FWC.)

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Re: Compatioble rules sets from single sources
« Reply #1 on: April 02, 2012, 08:21:12 PM »
FOF is very compatible with TW.
same mechanics, just lots more stuff like the grid, power armour troops, drones and your other SF stuff.
You could easily put high-tech space invaders vs WW2 or modern troops, however,  they'd be several tech levels lower and thus wouldn't stand much chance against a large unit of adverseries. You'd have to put a large army against say a recce unit to make the game any fun.
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Re: Compatioble rules sets from single sources
« Reply #2 on: April 03, 2012, 11:00:19 AM »
FOF is very compatible with TW.
same mechanics, just lots more stuff like the grid, power armour troops, drones and your other SF stuff.
You could easily put high-tech space invaders vs WW2 or modern troops, however,  they'd be several tech levels lower and thus wouldn't stand much chance against a large unit of adverseries. You'd have to put a large army against say a recce unit to make the game any fun.


Roger that last bit.

Although a naturally teleporting race with a modest "modern" force might do well versus a "Future" enemy.  But that is still SF versus SF.

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