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Welfstar
26-05-2014, 19:16
Can someone recommend decent objective markers suitable for Maelstrom missions (i.e. numbered 1 to 6)?

A link would be appreciated.

NemoSD
26-05-2014, 19:19
I don't know if you can still find them, but I am taking the little plastic green flag markers from fifth, painting them up, and then applying space marine squad decals, numbering 1-6.

madden
26-05-2014, 19:26
Im useing the coins from the fantasy battle accessories set and painting the number on, or use cake candels shaped as numbers lol.

warlordbob
26-05-2014, 19:38
I'll just be using the 6th skull dice holders with one of the d6 from the set, simple and helps them stand out.

NemoSD
26-05-2014, 19:52
I'll just be using the 6th skull dice holders with one of the d6 from the set, simple and helps them stand out.

Until a die gets knocked off, but then some sticky tack normally solves that issue easy enough.

Wayshuba
26-05-2014, 20:11
Here are some good ones:

http://www.secretweaponminiatures.com/index.php?main_page=index&cPath=79_117

Variety of selection too.

paqman
26-05-2014, 21:25
I'll just be using the 6th skull dice holders with one of the d6 from the set, simple and helps them stand out.

These are the one's I'll be using.
I will paint 1 to 6 on the dice holder area and will paint the same value in roman number on the skull.

Brother-Captain Endymion
26-05-2014, 21:50
I assume our group will just use different colored dice.

Since when do wargamers not have an extremely ridiculous number of aesthetically diverse dice?

Killgore
26-05-2014, 22:22
Anything on a 40mm base or round that size would be suitable. Just stick a big dice with the objective number next to it, or even paint the number on it somewhere.

I like to make my own, used a coms array, a servo skull, a teleport beacon and some crates as objectives today.

Lantern
26-05-2014, 22:27
I got a few of the central units from the inside of a drop pod off of eBay. They make great objective markers. If you want them numbered, you can either paint numbers into the 'globe' on the top, or (for secret objectives) put them on a small base and number the underside.