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alex price
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Hey i just bought wings of war watch your back today
and i was looking at the planes and the movement letters are the same as others so how would i use these planes against an opponent if we used the same movement deck
anyhelp appreciated
 
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killerj523 wrote:
Hey i just bought wings of war watch your back today
and i was looking at the planes and the movement letters are the same as others so how would i use these planes against an opponent if we used the same movement deck
anyhelp appreciated

I use the movements' deck as a reference and then write turns' movements on paper; it's fairly easy, as each card in each deck is numbered (in the lower right corner).
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alex price
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wow i never though of that.
Well thanks for my new solution
 
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That's absolutely the best way to do it. We lay out each card in a maneuver deck in stacks so we can see each type of card in the deck and how many of each there are. This is important because there are only one or two of some types of cards in each maneuver deck. I've even gotten so geeky that I made up little "flight log" sheets that have three boxes per turn so players can write their card number down in each box. I know - I have too much time on my hands.
 
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I might be inclined to copy all the maneuvers from the deck onto cardstock paper.
Cut them out, creating another deck, but devoid of its color and backing side.
 
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