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Subject: Keeping track of the total power rss

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Jan Horinek
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I played this game for the first time yesterday, and although keeping track of the ever-changing powers during an assault wasn't super hard, i guess it may be nice to have some sort of a power-track. What do you think?
 
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Michael Ward
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Many years ago I put six dice in my game box; three blue for the Americans and three red for the Japanese. As players add/subtract event/tactics/leader cards to/from the battle I add and/or rotate dice in front of that player so its always clear how much combat power they have. Its rare for the value to go above 18. But if it does... add another die to each side! Anyway, I think its a lot easier than trying to track the totals with pencil & paper or any other way.
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Jan Horinek
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I've made a power-track. It is on the way to the Files.
 
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