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Brian F
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will there be different building/terrain overlays to use with these maps? I've looked around and have not seen any info on this. I saw another poster was asking about what others maps could be used in addition to the maps included, I was kind of wondering the same thing - I am worried about replayability with only a few maps in the game. I think the overlays would increase replayability 10 fold
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It would not be hard to DIY your own maps, and with all the fans of the miniatures rules already around, I would not be surprised that you would be able to get a lot of alternative maps available soon after release.
 
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Pete Atack
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Past LnLP games have used overlays and counters showing terrain that can be placed over teh terrain printed on the map. I'm not sure if there are any such plans to go with this game, but in the past such things have been done.
 
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Pete good to hear. I can't wait any longer for this game, must have itzombiezombie
 
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You can probably adapt maps from squad level wargames like the Lock N' Load, ASL, Conflict of Heroes, etc... If that works and you have an abundance of games like that (as I do) you will have a ton of maps available to you to play with.
 
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Ed Teixeira
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You can use other maps but don't worry about replayability. You can flip and twist the maps in different formations and the game mechanics guarantees that no two games play the same.
 
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az_sunsets73 wrote:
You can use other maps but don't worry about replayability. You can flip and twist the maps in different formations and the game mechanics guarantees that no two games play the same.


Very cool. Now get us the damn game man! zombie
 
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Wish I could help but it's L&L driving this bus.
 
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