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Been Around the Block

One of the reasons why the community in my area is taking so much effort to grow:

What usually happens when I recruit RL friends to play Kill Team:

1. I explain what it is.

2. I enumerate and explain (some or all of) the factions.

3. We play with my pre-built squads and start with 50-point ones and no specialisms. Some leave, some get intrigued.

4. At some point, we play the full game with, again, my pre-built squads (100 points and with specialisms).

5. In an effort to convince them how fascinating the game is, I want them to make their own lists. I introduce loadouts and the points ceilings (100 and 125).

6. I hit a wall trying to make them use BattleScribe and get the usual apprehensive questions: "Is it user-friendly?" "Wait, I've to install something now?" "It looks complex."

I made this video so I can show them how stupendously easy it is to use.

Sharing this here as I'm sure you've a couple of friends who are like some of mine.


Edit: Fixed a typo.

This message was edited 1 time. Last update was at 2020/05/23 12:35:08

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