Army building resources

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Army building resources

Postby whytwolf » Wed Mar 28, 2012 8:49 am

I ran across a couple of army building resources that have been updated for V3 and the most recent books.

http://easyarmy.com/:
Very pretty and easy to use. Has some great graphics pulled straight from the published orders of battle books produced by Battlefront. List can be saved/loaded and exported to PDF with model counts and some rules explanations. The only catch is that you have to donate $1 per book to unlock all the lists. Almost all the lists are locked and require the donation to unlock, but if you mainly stick to one book or another the cost is minimal for a very nice looking and functional tool.

http://campcromwell.blogspot.com/
For the more cost conscious player this person has updated Excel spreadsheet for what seems every book and army out there. They can be used online or downloaded for local use. To access, follow the link on the right panel to "FoW Lists".
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Re: Army building resources

Postby Dez » Wed Mar 28, 2012 9:04 am

Cool, thanks! I'm expecting a batrep from you and Kinne.
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