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Just wondering what everybody uses to keep track of their wounds? I haven't found a solution that works yet Previously I put my cards in a card sleeve and used markers on them. But dry erase markers wipe off at the slightest touch, and permanent markers can be too hard to wipe off for healing. Also, as the card can move in the sleeve I can lose track of the wounds too easy, so that doesn't work. I'm not a fan of having cards out of sleeves and writing directly on them, but I might have to do that. I could laminate, but again dry erase would wipe off too easy with an accidental touch (same problem with cards out of sleeves). I know some people use dice, glass beads, things like that, but knowing me I could lose track again if I start moving my cards around, pick them up to look at, so on and so forth. So I was thinking I could attach a bobby pin to the card to represent each wound. Might take a few minutes at the start of the game, but I figure this fixes all the problems I mentioned. How does everybody else keep track of wounds?
Hello all you Wyrdos and Potential Wyrdos out there. Just to let you know if you are looking to pick up any Malifaux or Wyrd Related stuff in the Huntsville area there are two awesome places you can do that. Either at the Deep http://www.deepcomics.com/ or Mastermind Models and Miniatures http://www.m3paints.com The local community plays Malifaux every Sunday at the Deep from 4pm till close. (Of course setting up a game is always helpful.) And we play Saturday 12 - 6 at M3. We conduct demos during that time as well. We have knowledgable Henchmen with crews at both areas. Got questions just ask. We are really trying hard to build up the community. Either hit me up or TTHP2009 with PMs if there are any questions. Can't wait to see you guys! Best, George
Here's a video I found from battlebunker.com. He makes some pretty cool terrain and made a video of a Malifaux game. There's a lot of mistakes and some rule bypassing to get the basics across, but I thought it was worth watching. I found myself looking stuff up in the book as either stuff I missed or to check what the rule was. [ame] [/ame]