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Q&A with Chris Birch and Beasts of War

posted May 03, 2017 20:27:55 by SteveHanson
This shoild answer some of your questions on Fallout: wasteland Warfare http://www.beastsofwar.com/fallout-wasteland-warfare/qa-time-talking-modiphius/
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Martintoney2012 said May 03, 2017 20:35:55
I live quite near to the Beast of War Crew, they're nice folks.
When the game goes live, I'll definitely be stopping by.

Regarding the scale of the game.
At one point, Chris mentions a squad of about a dozen Raiders. He then says the game goes from 3 to 30 models. Will this be roughly 30 units per player or roughly 30 units in total?
I like the idea of roughly 30 units in total for a smaller more Skirmish orientated battle, and I also love the idea of roughly 30 units per player for large faction conflicts. I would also like to know if units act as individuals or as squads.
The Press Release calls the players team a Crew. Chris calls the players team a Squad. Any clarification would help.

I would point you toward this bottom of this thread for a bit of further discussion, and reasons for my preference of individual activation over squad activation, should anyone be interested.
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SteveHanson said May 03, 2017 21:07:24
Its 3 to 30 figures per side. The players pick the size of game so you never have to have 60 figs on the board if you don't want to
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Martintoney2012 said May 03, 2017 21:28:41
Its 3 to 30 figures per side. The players pick the size of game so you never have to have 60 figs on the board if you don't want to

Thanks Steve, that's useful information. I'm looking forward to going between large and small scale conflicts. Things get boring rather quickly if it's nothing but large scale battles, at least that's my opinion.
Perhaps this information should be mentioned in other Press Assets moving forward? As it stands, the vague wording might set of warning horns for the more cautious wargamer.
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