The red-painted 'Mechs of Alpha Regiment's Baker Battalion fought to get closer to Anton Marik's Cienfuegos fortress. Fought to get closer to the stronghold of. Components. Additional Game terms for Standard Alpha Strike Setup . Battlemech, mechWarrior and topps logo are registered trademarks and/or. Alpha Strike, Quick Strike, BattleTech, BattleMech, 'Mech and MechWarrior are books (such as Total Chaos) and in downloadable PDF-.

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e-cat battletech alpha - Ebook download as PDF File .pdf), Text File .txt) or read book online. BattleTech: Alpha Strike - BattleTech: Faster Than Ever! For centuries, the armies of the ADD TO WISHLIST >. Watermarked PDF. $ Bought the PDF now to dig out all my minis and terrain!! 1 · Thumb up · tip · Hide · Posted Wed Jul 31, pm. QuickReply; QuickQuote.

General gaming thoughts and musings. Along with design diaries and information about our Strategicon group and their associate events. It is a miniatures combat system that is parallel to but not exactly supplementary to the rules found in Total Warfare which is the current incarnation of the Classic BattleTech miniatures game. Alpha Strike streamlines and modernizes the classic game resulting in a faster pace allowing for more units on the table and a slew of options for scenarios, campaigns and a variety of different unit types including air support, infantry, cavalry tanks and artillery. This review will hit on four major points. First, we will look at the book itself checking layout, presentation, art and content. Second, we will go into what is needed to play the game outside of just the rulebook.

ALL of it. I'm mostly done now, but it'll still probably be a day or two before I update the site again.

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Oh, you'll be able to specify the environment too, so if you want to play an Alpha Strike game underwater, or in a vacuum, or whatever, the card data will be modified appropriately. Almost all related to listing things like "Ferro Fibrous" instead of "Ferro-Fibrous", or just formatting issues, but I have validated just about every design now and my code works. However, I'm really thinking of changing the system a bit, though I'll try to have an option to see "canon" or "bad syntax" sorta values.

For example I'm thinking of dividing damage by 5, or even 3, instead of When doing your "to-hit roll", you roll 2d6, adding any modifiers, and apply it to a special table I made that looks a lot like a missile hit table.

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It will then tell you how much damage you do based on how well you rolled. Unit damage is still the same, divided by 30, but output will be much higher, as this way you see a more granular method of doing the damage.

I'll also have more stats for quick strike. It'll still be simple, but I'll have a few more attack values and better conversions, plus a few more abilities. Most everything looks the same that I can tell on a quick read through.

They repeated a ton of rules pretty much the entire section in the different sections of Basic and Advance. In fact, there isnt any reason to even read the Basic rules if you dont plan on using them; everything is covered and more in the following Advanced section.

Guess I need to go about looking for updated AS Mech sheets. Hurry up and give me some finalized cards, or sell them to me.

I guess they sold all the stop-gap ones they had at GenCon? This screams "rushed to print before GenCon". Or maybe it's par for the course at CGL.


I'm not up on these things. The more I read through the book the more I think it was rushed to get it out for the con. There are a lot of mistakes in it.

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Overall I like the idea of it but after a few times going through it I'm not sure it's going to work out. Aside from that, Catalyst was a bit iffy on their support of it. While I was talking at their booth I was basically told that they may, or may not do another run of the cards depending on how the book goes over.

There is already an update in the works for it to fix some stuff as the mech conversion rules from QS don't quite translate over to AS after the changes were made. While there are a lot of things I like about AS, I'm not sure just yet it is going to really turn into a fully supported product. PST Aside from that, Catalyst was a bit iffy on their support of it. Do they really consider slick, printed unit cards to be nothing more than con swag? Is this a marketing facet that has eluded them?

PST I may not have been clear on that.

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