Whippet Tank

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4 years 7 months ago #315 by alecrespi
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Tank Strength 
1 Tank...

Whippet Tank

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4 years 1 day ago #524 by Mark McG
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The rules say the Whippet gets two recovery dice, but the chart shows just one. I think the chart is in error, and that the Whippet gets two Recovery dice.

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3 years 10 months ago #535 by lowroller
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2 recovery dice would help to reflect the lighter tank recovering more easily from bogging down. So I would agree the rules are probably the intended number.

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3 years 10 months ago #539 by mk20336
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It is two recovery dice to reflect "lightness" of Whippet tank:
boardgamegeek.com/article/24081241

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3 years 10 months ago #545 by Stonewall
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Don't know where to post this.

The rules download for the Tank Expansion appears to be the wrong file - the rules are for the Basic Game, instead of the Tank Expansion.

Thanks,

Joe

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3 years 10 months ago #548 by mk20336
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Stonewall wrote: Don't know where to post this.

The rules download for the Tank Expansion appears to be the wrong file - the rules are for the Basic Game, instead of the Tank Expansion.

Thanks,

Joe


Alessandro,
can you please have a look into this?

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