Change of scale

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Change of scale

Post by Chad » Wed Oct 08, 2014 12:42 pm

I currently have figures based for another set of rules which by changing the figure ratio to 40:1 would be usable with R2E.

While this would need adjustment of the ground scale, I am not certain if I would need to change the Combat Group. With a combat group of 4 figures being equal to 80 men, would it be necessary for the Combat Group to be 2 models to fit the rule mechanics?

Advice please

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Re: Change of scale

Post by Friedrich August I. » Wed Oct 08, 2014 8:40 pm

Chad wrote:I currently have figures based for another set of rules which by changing the figure ratio to 40:1 would be usable with R2E.

While this would need adjustment of the ground scale, I am not certain if I would need to change the Combat Group. With a combat group of 4 figures being equal to 80 men, would it be necessary for the Combat Group to be 2 models to fit the rule mechanics?

Advice please

Chad
Hi Chad,
No need for any changes Combat groups are units of 4 Figures so no need to scale them down. How many men they represent are no problem at all as the rules give you free hand with that.

Hope that helps?
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Re: Change of scale

Post by Chad » Wed Oct 08, 2014 9:30 pm

Günter

Many thanks

Chad
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