Mr Naughty wrote:They look really nice models, is there a Vassal mod for Dust tactics?
Not that I know of. It was asked by a member on the Fantasy Flight Games forum, but no one has as yet answered. My guess is, the game is so new, no one has done one yet.
Mr Naughty wrote:Is there quick start rules available anywhere? I agree its much better to paint your own
I actually looked around for one and haven't turned up any. I am smack in the middle of the rules at the moment and plan t be through them by the weekend....I look to try out a few solitaire runs at the game over the weekend.
The game reminds me of a cross between Memoir '44 and Axis & Allies Miniatures. Actual game complexity is somewhere inbetween those two systems. I would classify it on the far edge of a light miniatures wargame, on the border to being an low-end intermediate miniatures wargame....A&AM being a high-end intermediate miniatures wargame; Flames of War/Command Decision/Battlefront WWII being an Advanced miniatures wargame. If that makes any sense.
If you can't be a good example, be a horrible warning
TRDG wrote:Whiterook is going to LOVE a new member with a DUST itch and a site as well on it!!
Cheers, we have 3 people now into this, though one has been MIA for a while!! LOL
And whom pray tell are you talking about? I know I have been on here in a LONG time but I haven't mentioned anything about DUST but yes I am interested in this game, have been for sometime too. I know that the Russians are finally being released as well. Some of the mechs I wish were 6mm so that they can be played with Battletech. And a funny thing too is I know somewhere around floating my vast amounts of boxes is photos of a diorama I made back in the late 80's early 90's featuring the japanese anime mechs and some Germany army mixed with American forces.. sadly I got stuck moving and my diorama got ruined
Let's do this the old navy way, the 1st one to die LOSES!
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