As gamers at some point we all fantasise about having a dedicated gaming room where all our prized games and miniatures can be displayed and brought out to play at a moment's notice, with no kids, parents or spouses to disturb a Very Important Activity. Our dedicated gaming room will of course have a custom made gaming table with tricks and little creature comforts that not only make it fantastic to game on, but also a place where non-gaming items like drinks and stuff can be kept out of the way safely yet within reach.
We can all dream and while a dedicated gaming room might not be feasible for most of us, a custom gaming table is a lot more achievable.
Check out what a fellow tabletop gamer has done. What I especially like is how he integrated his TV /monitor into the gaming surface so that it sits flush. The stained wood surfaces are a nice classy touch although personally I would preferred painting it all black or a dark mahogany. The TV and the inner surface can be covered…
I have played enough games with enough people to find having an confined area for dice to roll a good thing to have. At the same time it should be aesthetically pleasing. I decided to try my hand at making one.
A trip to Daiso turned up a SGD2.00 (~USD1.60) picture frame about A4 in size with enough thickness of frame to hold most throw of the dice yet not hide dice in the corner. Next I bought a cheap cork sheet from Art Friend for less than a dollar, which with a bit of trimming fitted the picture frame nicely where the glass was.
Here's a look at the stuff I bought.
And here is the completed dice tray along with some dice for comparison. The small dice are 12mm.
Command Unit (Required)
Ranger Command Squad OR Heavy Ranger Command Squad
Combat Unit 1 (Required)
Ranger Heavy Weapon Squad OR Ranger Weapon Squad OR Ranger Combat Squad OR Ranger Recon Squad
Combat Unit 2 (Required)
Heavy Ranger Attack Squad OR Heavy Ranger Tank-Hunter Squad
Support Units (Optional)
Any units under Combat Unit 1 or Combat Unit 2
If the Allied Ranger Units form the backbone of ASOCOM, the Heavy Rangers are the steel punch that delivers the killing blow Drawn from the already elite ranks of the Allied Rangers, these soldiers, defend the Free World using the latest technology available.
The long drawn out fighting in Zverograd has lead ASOCOM to develop a new platoon structure that mixes Ranger and Heavy Ranger units into an even deadlier combination.
PLATOON ADVANTAGE: Hammer and Anvil
The Rangers make lightning attacks and occupy strategic ground while their support troops follow up, trapping enemy forces between the 'hammer' and the '…