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Pocket-Tactics (Third Edition): Quanar Night Cult

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Pocket-Tactics (Third Edition): Quanar Night Cult by dutchmogul Dec 24, 2014
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This is an outdated (but still playable using Third Edition rules) version of Pocket-Tactics. For the new (and much improved) Fourth Edition sets and pieces, check out this collection. We'll be updating the new edition to include rules for all of the Third Edition units, so if you have printed them (or want to), check in for updates and eventually all of those pieces' rules will be available.

We've set up a Patreon page for anyone who's interested in helping to fund us so we can keep making free and open sourced games like Pocket-Tactics, Wayfarer Tactics. and others, not to mention the growing catalog of gaming miniatures that you can use for whatever you want! (Psst... we take requests and commissions...)

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I noticed an error in the file names. You seem to be mixing up Shadow Guards and Night Seekers. The file names can get a little confusing as to how many to print.

Also the Night Temple is named ShadowTemple.stl

Oh, sure. I think that mistake happened during the codifying of the unit sheet. Doesn't matter though, just follow the unit pictures in the rules. Those are correct (one Night Seeker[guy with the blades), two Shadow Guard [guys with the armor/polearms]).

Hi,
congratulation for this game.

Do you ever use Green Stuff or a similar product to fill the split in between your models before painting? I realize these aren't painted but I have been printing many of your models and the split is normally very noticeable.

I've used greenstuff before, but only on the models I'm going to paint. When I'm printing models at this scale (really small) I've found that the split is barely noticeable as long as there isn't any curling. For 28mm scale models, you've gotta use epoxy to cover the seam, even if you get a quality print.

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