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    Im looking for some nice spreadsheats, rules, programs etv. for large scale war automation, were Information is fead to the system with some tactic plans, and landscape/terrain, then have some complex results.

    what will the battlefeald look like and such..

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    Please post when you get anything like it. I hope someone has something.

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    Greetings Benjamin I have a e-mail aderess

    karig@mmedia.is

    I hope you can send this to me, and I hope I can stor it on my servers and give others within the comunity acsess to it.

    best of helth.

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    I, personaly, like the old fashioned grid type battle. :blink:
    [FONT=Arial][SIZE=1][COLOR=red]Chuck

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    > Im looking for some nice spreadsheats, rules, programs etv. for

    > large scale war automation, were Information is fead to the system

    > with some tactic plans, and landscape/terrain, then have some complex

    > results.what will the battlefeald look like and such..





    Wow. That sounds cool.

    I personally go the opposite way and abstract everything to something

    similiar to this:

    http://www.efn.org/~bstoner/mass-combat.html



    Right now, I`m thinking of designing a mass combat system based

    similiarly to the Magic:TG CCG, but it`s still in brainstorming stages

    while I work through Aria.



    --Lord Rahvin
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    Rune Narin wrote:

    > I, personaly, like the old fashioned grid type battle. :blink:



    War cards! Ack!



    If people insist in appraoching BR from a wargaming perspective, they should at

    least try to use a vaguely tolerable ruleset. Run, don`t walk, to your local

    wargaming store and obtain for yourself the De Bellis Multitudinis ruleset.



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    For those who may be interested, Arjun has kindly placed my fast combat resolution system spreadsheet into the downloads section.

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