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Thunderbolt Pilot
18-03-2005, 13:41
Any Void 1.1 playvers migrate to this site????

DarkSoldier
01-04-2005, 09:52
I would love to play Void, but Urban Mammoth has, as far as I can tell, no presence in North America. The biggest wargame/RPG/comic/hobby store in my area doesn't have Void, and if I asked, I doubt they even know what it is.

robertsjf
01-04-2005, 21:50
Urban Mammoth just got a distributor in the form of Neal from the warstore:

www.thewarstore.com

boogle
01-04-2005, 23:02
sadly not much help to you, but i play Void in the UK

jazzdude78
06-04-2005, 00:32
I have a fair amount of Junkers and Koralon models but the uneven footing UM sadly has in the US means I dont play just collect

Though URban War has some very nice figs in it

Hymirl
25-04-2005, 21:51
I like Void as well, the rules seem much nicer "look I can run!" And the second generation of models comming out with Urban War are fantastic. Trouble is I need to be able to play it more than once a blue moon.

Hurrah for the VASA Security forces!

Bruen
26-04-2005, 19:08
I played a game of Void on the UM stand at Salute05 with one of the UM guys and was not particulary impressed.

It had some really great features, for instance the turn sequence is fantastic and the models are really nice, however I found the combat system to be excessivly complicated without really adding anything to the game. Also the game must be very slow when you have more than 10 or so figures.

jazzdude78
26-04-2005, 21:46
was it actually void or Urban War cause I have to agree with Urban War being a little more complicated (well maybe not just a little)
but Ive found that it is in no way as crazy as some of the stuff for Warzone

Bruen
26-04-2005, 22:15
How can I tell the diference?

jazzdude78
27-04-2005, 02:22
Well urban War IIRC has individual actions on a per model basis
rather than the per unit basis in Void 1.1
Plus the models are grittier/more GW looking at least in my eyes
not that thats bad or anything

Bruen
27-04-2005, 07:13
It was Urban War then because each model acted individualy.