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Episode 26 of the Element 270 Podcast - In Depth on Legions!

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In this episode Giles and Peter discuss Dystopian Legions. We cover the game in-depth, looking at how the game plays and covering our opinions and thoughts on the game system.


We apolgise for the lateness of this episode, we hope to hit a more regular recording schedule soon!


The rules book for Dystopian Legions, as well as a host of other downloads are all available for free from the Spartan Games website: http://www.spartangames.co.uk/resources/downloads


You can find the episode directly here: http://traffic.libsyn.com/element270/E270-026-In_Depth_on_Legions.mp3


You can also find us on our website: https://element270.wordpress.com/


On Twitter: @element270


And on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/groups/element270/


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The podcast was fun to listen to. It's always good to hear more about Dystopian Legions. Hopefully some time will be spent on the different factions tactics and strategies.

 

But, how you talked about the Morale rules seems very different from how it plays out in my games.

 

For one thing you state the Morale checks require 2 successes standard. In the rulebook it specifies that the checks require only 1 success to pass. 

The book says the only times there are more than 1 success needed is when the attack contained Suppression weapons, 2 morale checks would have been needed in a single activation, or when the Battle Weary battlefield condition is in play.

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Thanks War_Corgi!

 

Lol - Apologies Todd - you are correct, I must have been thinking about the number of dice rolled (my excuse is - it was late! :D ).  I didn't even pick it up in the edit! Must remember to post a correction next episode.

 

Cheers,

Giles.

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