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Peter Appleton
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Which is the best in-game scenerio to learn the basics with?


"Doggin' Down the Road" was the sheet on top, but other than that, there's not much to go by.
 
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Re: Best Introductory Scenerio?
Actually, I found the free online scenario to be a simple introduction.

 
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Re: Best Introductory Scenerio?
Also check out "Bloody Crossroad", a user made scenario that is perfect for learning the system. It can be found at the Matrixgames site.

http://www.matrixgames.com/forums/tm.asp?m=952903
 
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Re: Best Introductory Scenerio?
I'm not looking at it now, but I think there is one called "Coming Through" which has low counter density, and a single tank on each side. I may be remembering that wrong though :|
 
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Re: Best Introductory Scenerio?
Indeed "Coming Through" has the lower counter density, but it has a special rule called Chaotic which doesn't represent how the game is usually played. In this scenario only, there is an initiative roll after each impulse instead of each turn, making the scenario very...well, chaotic!

Because of that special rule, I'm not sure it is the best scenario to learn the basics on. It might feel too well...again...chaotic, which most scenarios really don't.
 
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