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Default Autofire again for the X:th time

Antenna 11-07-2005, 02:50 AM Well, finally I got some thoughts into my small problem of autofire rules and think I have founda good solution ....


DATALINK (http://www.ludd.ltu.se/users/antenna/rnds/recoil.htm)


This file above is from my homepages, still it is semisecret (well you guys know it now). The thing with the NEW recoil value (The SS is scraped totally) is that when using an autofire move you roll you D20 for success. for every step of recoil above success on that D20 you hit with an extra bullet. This is still only shooting on one target. On thursday I gonna try multiple target shooting rule as beta on my group if they "fail" their task to .... Well, if they fail


But short about shooting on mutliple targets would be that you just say that depending on how close tagrgets lie you subtract less number of bullets lost due to shifting target ...


Also one phase lets you shoot two Brsts of fire so autmatically can shoot two targets with two brsts on one phase. (Still I cannot recall if this was said also in the original T2k rules couse I've been not using them for a Looong time now)


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DeaconR 11-07-2005, 02:57 AM Let us know how your 'field test' works out okay?

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Antenna 11-07-2005, 04:22 AM It was my thought to tell also


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