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Friday, August 17, 2012

Dust Warfare Resources/Player Aids

I'm working on a new battle report for the game I played this week.  In the meantime, I thought I would post some of the resources that I've come across that make playing Dust Warfare a little easier.

Dust Warfare Force Builder - This has been updated with the most current units (units from Zverograd as of this posting) - a must for any Dust Warfare player.

Fan-made unit cards - Unit cards with all the special rules and weapons for each of the starting factions (Axis and Allies)

Alternate fan-made unit cards - These cards have less text on them, but are the same size as the Dust Tactics cards and will fit in the Dust Tactics card protectors from

Dust Warfare Army Sheet - by Fantasy Flight Games - a nice, slick-looking sheet to write out your force list.

Dust Warfare Markers - by Fantasy Flight Games - a PDF of all the markers that you use for the game (why are these not for sale as plastic tokens?)

Dust Warfare Tournament Rules - by Fantasy Flight Games - "Official" rules for organized play from the company that created the game (GW should take notes).

Ironheart Artisans -  Makers of gaming aids.  They have the awesome resin tokens usable for Dust Warfare, and custom dice for each of the factions.

Unit Forward - a blog dedicated to scouring the internets and bringing you as much Dust Warfare news as possible.

War And More Radio did a 3-part podcast series on how to play Dust Warfare.  The episodes are around 15 minutes each, something that most people will be able to digest on their way to work:
 Part 1 (episode 44)
 Part 2 (episode 46)
 Part 3 (episode 48)

The D6 Generation Podcast covered Dust Warfare with their usual in-depth reviews here (at the 2hr, 22min mark).
They also reviewed the Operatoin Zverograd book here (at the 2hr, 1min mark).

What other resources have you guys found that make your gaming experiences better?

1 comment:

  1. Just an update, the War and More Radio has continued his How to Play Dust Warfare series, and it's up to 5 episodes now.

    Great stuff.

    Thank you for your links collected here, too!