|How many points are the Gang-Bangers on Skateboards?|
Drastic Measures is designed to be the middle ground between "hardcore" games like D&D or Warhammer, and board games like Risk. Each player picks a race (rules exist for mixtures) and assembles an army of units that vary in strength and utility. Each unit has a specific name that coordinates its abilities, weaknesses, and expense. A basic unit, having less effect on other pieces, will cost less to add to your army. A cowboy with a single pistol and 20HP will cost 15 points to add, whereas a bazooka wielding soldier, even with the same 20HP, will cost 75 points.Uhm... D&D is not a wargame. Is it even "hardcore?"
Alright, I just don't get this whole Drastic Measure point at all?
Is it a skirmish wargame using freely available toy soldiers and the like?
Short turn around too.
So not getting my money...