|Minis Representing Cards
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|Author:||glasswalkerx [ Fri Jul 16, 2010 6:40 pm ]|
|Post subject:||Re: Minis Representing Cards|
I see this topic is dead but i was wondering if any decision was ever made? I really hope u name a specific mini to represent the new card, to keep down on confusion.
I have added this to a different thread but just thought i would repeat it here. Has any thought been put into the confusion that will be caused by making new none unique characters? I threw out the suggestion of color coding the bases. I know u guys do not want to have to do anything to the figures but that may not be possible for generics, but as long as it is kept simple i think it would work. A system like heroclix, where color used to equal rank, might work. Maybe white would be rookie, blue would be vets or experienced, red would be commanders/leaders and leave the base normal for your WOTC printed card. You could use a dot of paint on the base, paint the ring around the base or get small stickers dots and just mark your bases so u could change them the next time u play (i think u can pick these up at office supply stores). A visible mark would really help on those figures that are very similiar like jawas and many non-uniques.
A mark may be good for new versions of old characters as well, green dot means that Luke is a virtual figure or for none unique turned into a unique, that yellow dot Imperial Knight is now virtual Gunnar. These colors could be standard and part of the new virtual set rules. Just some thoughts i had, thanks for what u guys are doing.
|Author:||Jorichok [ Fri Mar 04, 2011 1:19 am ]|
|Post subject:||Minis Representing Cards|
Id love to show my wonderfull minis...
If they ever get painted...
haha... well... if we really gonna start playing again Ill consider getting them painted by some professional / amateur painter or so... I hate painting
Do love to see the minis painted though... makes the gaming experience so much better.
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