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Second Thunder Show Off Their Universal System [PRIZE]

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Ben joins Karl from Second Thunder to looks at the Open Combat system which is a universal wargaming system allowing people to play in any period or use any miniature they like.

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darthvegeta800
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472xp

Open Combat is a very good system!

dkenty
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163xp

love to use this to have difference eras face of

lawnor
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3863xp

How open and anything is it? Would it let you pitch 1000 cavenmen against 5 space marines and have it a balanced fight or does it assume everyone is the same tech level? I’ve always been curious to see a system that would scale across history (and perhaps mythology) appropriately.

spacewolflord
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815xp

Okay now if they can get to more modern/scifi models. Including vehicles and, dare I say it? Space Ships!? This is now a company to keep an eye on.

while
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1738xp

Got the rules, but still not gotten it to the table!

fearthesquirrels
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60xp

I’ve been looking for a good generic system for all the orphaned miniatures I have laying around. Hope this can fit the bill.

carabus
Member
550xp

Not heard about this system before? Looks interesting.

rickyard
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566xp

This is the way to go when you LOVE a mini range the game of which you hate XDDDDDD

felfeni
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299xp

This sounds cool

doomzombie
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967xp

Got this from KS, but it never hurts to have a spare copy. Gonna have to look into the other book`s, particularly the Black Powder one.

kayrack
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386xp

Any miniature, any period eh….. Oh the ideas :p

seefrodorun
Member
275xp

I think this is an interesting concept. Maybe a good way to get someone into an era before delving deeper with a more specific rule set?

marktarver
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1090xp

very interested to see if an open rule set and offer more than specific rulesets. Having a generic ruleset to cover all my minis and to be able to play different eras is interesting, but i also like collecting rulebooks and playing the games how the designer intends, and it’s whether the minutiae you lose when you go generic is enough to have the ease of use and the familiarisation you can get from similar rules applied across multiple games.

ebrackin
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60xp

I really like the idea of being able to mix and match!

utherdracus
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919xp

This sounds like a good idea, Especially the multi-player.

maknikos
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166xp

Wow never heard of this before, but loving the sound of it! Excellent idea!

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