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Re: Infantry Walkers!

From: Kenneth Winland <kwinland@c...>
Date: Sat, 21 Nov 1998 23:32:50 -0500 (EST)
Subject: Re: Infantry Walkers!


On Fri, 20 Nov 1998 wrote:

>  I agree with both of you, yes they would be service/logistics
intensive, but
> on the otherhand they are in part what attracted me to 20/25mm Sci-Fi.
In the
> games we played when SGII first came out (moderate/large size game,
> platoons,  1/2 dozen vehicals total) we used Kryomech Raven class
> (mine were painted German WWII "Ambush pattern" for NSL) . In urban
> environments with lots of rubble , obstacles and destroyed buildings,
> were able to hunker down in defilade and pop up at just the right
moment let
> loose with rockets and mini-guns and scoot. Kinda like helicopter
> with legs. Walkers died quick though if they tried to slug it with MBT
> heavily armed opponents.     

	A lot of my combat walkers have been painted up for the NSL,
usually in Eastern Front schemes.  What is is with those NSL and their
"retro" camo... :)

	My flatmate loves the old Kryomek walkers, BTW.  His OUDF is
liberally supplied with them.


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