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Playing Aids

panzer8
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If you made playing aids of the Pz8 rules, such as counters, etc, you can share them in this thread.

Use the "More" button than "Upload a file"

For example, here is a basic set of "Suppressed / Disorganized markers" that another wargamer uploaded in the Pz8 yahoogroup, some time ago.

SUPPRESSED-DISORGANISED_MARKERS.pdf
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Re: Playing Aids

panzer8
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Counters for playing without miniatures (print and play)

Pz8 Fantasy - Dwarves and Orks

Dwarves_&_Orcs.pdf

Legio VIII - Roman Army

Legio_VIII_Roman_army.pdf

Legio VIII - Gallic Army

Legio_VIII_Gallic_Army.pdf
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Re: Playing Aids

Manycubes
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In reply to this post by panzer8
Here are some Suppression and Disorganized markers I created using the website linked below (check out the section labeled "Generators"). These counter generator programs are great for creating modern and Sci-Fi unit counters.

http://zho.berka.com/stuff/

Please note that I have reversed the meaning of Suppression and Disorganized in the rules set I use. Not sure how that happened.

Suppressed_counter.gif
disorg_counter.gif
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amalteser
How do you use this program?

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http://zho.berka.com/stuff/
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kodiakblair
You just enter the details you need in the boxes. For example basic combat
factors , defence ratings , morale etc. Then press render , copy and paste
then print out the counters. Use the unit type guide to select what graphic
ypu want to represent your troops for example 196 and 94 are fairly common
in boardgames for infantry and cavalry.
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