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Battleground: Fantasy Warfare

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16 Feb 2008 15:12 - 16 Feb 2008 18:14 #2889 by bobby_5150
http://www.yourmovegames.com/flash/bg2.swf
This a link to the Battleground flash demo. Check it out.

You check the boxes for damage and orders in the circle. You can use dry eraser or grease pencil.
Last edit: 16 Feb 2008 18:14 by bobby_5150. Reason: spelling

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16 Feb 2008 18:11 #2890 by Lagduf
Yeah, they're basically card versions of a Dry Erase Board - which I actually didn't know until I read a little bit more about the game.

At least in Federation Commander, writing on the actual ship cards (dry erase style) works really well.

Wits and Wagers (party/trivia game) also makes use of Dry Erase boards and markers to write your answers.

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05 Mar 2008 08:27 #3823 by Mr. Bistro
metalface13 wrote:

I believe the cards are coated so you can use a dry erase marker and just wipe the marker off. I'm starting to get interested in grabbing a couple of decks myself.

Yes, but there are many players who have complained the coating on their cards has worn off and the marker is starting to leave residue. Sleeves are probably still the way to go.

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05 Mar 2008 17:54 #3841 by Mr Skeletor
I definitely recommend using sleeves.

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