I used something similar to this in my last game except you could only do reinforcements. I like yours more though. Aerial bombing hooray!Greenkey15 wrote:Command Points add some “there’s more going on” to any battle. These don’t work well with anything pre-WWII, but anything after that should be great. Here’s how they work.
On any battlefield, there can be some “Strategik Points” represented by flagpoles or other items to signify their importance scattered throughout buildings, important hills, and other areas that seem like they would be worth capturing. Once you clear all the enemies from the area, you can raise your own flag on the area to show that you captured it. After that, every turn, you gain a “Command Point”. Command points are recorded by adding a team-colored pip to your side of the battlefield. These can be spent as well as saved to call in:
- 10 CP of supplies, minifigs, and vehicles
- A bombardment of explosives in strength equal to the amount of command points you are spending, which can be spread to several explosions (EX. you can spend 10 Command Points. You can get one massive 10d10 explosion, or 10 1d10 explosions scattered through the battlefield.)
- Anything else you deem appropriate.
That’s really all there is to it. There is nothing else to say except you can have battles based around capturing all the Strategik Points or amassing a certain amount of Command Points.
Rayhawk wrote:The trick to this would be designing it so it didn't add huge delays to the game. Building out the possible reinforcements beforehand would work. Like, these "humvees full of troops off to the side of the battlefield are reinforcements, I can call one in whenever I get 10 command points," or something along those lines.
501stCadians wrote:This is from CoH-Points,Company Upgrades,Munitions,and Fuel. Thank-You. It's a good idea though.
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