View Full Version : 40k Counter Strike

09-07-2005, 20:53
ok so this would SERIOUSLY help if you've either played the Xbox version or the Computer version. What I want to do is make a 40k-"friendly" version of CS for people to play.. just some house rules, ya know? Could use some help though

- Donít need to be within weapons rage, just need a LoS (Line of Sight)
- Each character gets 3 actions (movement, reload, combat (knife, grenade, shooting))
- 5 models on each team
- 2 turns to activate/disarm bomb, and 2 actions

Counter-Terrorist weapons locker

Schmidt Machine Pistol $1250
Clarion 5.56 $2250
Bullpup $3500
Krieg 550 $4200
Maverick M4A1 Carbine $3100
Ballistic Shield $2200
ES Five-Seven pistol $750

Terrorist weapons locker

Ingram Mac-10 $1400
CV-47 $2500
D3/AU-1 Semi-Auto sniper rifle $5000
Defender $2000
Krieg 552 Commando $3500
.40 Duel Elites pistol $1000

Shared weapons locker
ES C90 $2350
K&M UMP45 $1700
K&M SMG $1500
Magnum sniper rifle $4750
Schmidt Scout $2750
Leone 12 gauge Super shotgun $1700
Leone YG1265 Auto Shotgun $3000
ES M249 Para $5750
228 Compact pistol $600
9x19mm Sidearm pistol $400
K&M .45 Tactical pistol $500
Night Hawk .50C $650

Equipment locker

Flashbang grenade $200
High-explosive grenade $300
Smoke grenade $300
Kevlar $650
Kevlar Vest and Ballistic Helmet $1000
Bomb-Defuse kit $200

10-07-2005, 02:31
well doesn't sound any different form counter strike if you want to make it 40k you have to change the weapons so that it refeclts the 40k universe. and your gonna want each weapon to have at what range it starts to become less effective harder to hit what ever you prefer.

i would say aslo since its just line of sight make each weapon acuatlly have a smaller range unless they stand still and aim which is fine then.

12-07-2005, 08:20
you could just use the inquisitor rules but use 40k models. That way you already have a rules set

12-07-2005, 11:19
To be honest Necromunda would be the best game system to use for a CS game.

Not Inquisitor...InquisiTERRIBLEGAME.

12-07-2005, 20:52
hmm are there any rules online that I can view? I dont have a GW here anymore, both of them went out of business Im afraid :cries:

12-07-2005, 21:21
If you go on the specialist games website there are things called living rule books.

They are basicly PDF files of the actual rulebooks. You can find blood bowl, inquisitor, necromunda and other non mainstream games.

13-07-2005, 06:38
well then, thank you very much Starkey! :D