20 April 2012 | Dust Warfare

Additional Support

Gear up with the Dust Warfare Glossary, Army Sheet, and Marker Sheets


Information is power, and as far as a Dust Warfare commander is concerned, power is a good thing. While the Dust Warfare: Core Rulebook provides essential information and procedures for every tactical situation, we want to give you additional support material to help you win the war. With that in mind, we present the Dust Warfare Glossary, Army Sheet, and Marker Sheets.

Here is Zach Tewalthomas, one of the Dust Warfare producers, to offer more information: 

Dust Warfare Glossary

Listen up, troops!

If we're going to be trusting you to lead entire platoons into the thick of battle, you're going to have to know what you're talking about!

If you're scratching your head over the difference between a Command Section and a Support unit, then you'll want to take a look at the new Dust Warfare Glossary (pdf, 2.49MB). Essential for any commanding officer, it's a quick and easy reference that's full of important game terms that could spell the difference between victory and defeat.

Dust Warfare Army Sheet

Also, be sure to check out our new Dust Warfare Army Sheet (pdf, 1.46MB). It's a quick and convenient way to help you build and organize your forces before throwing them into the thick of battle.

Use multiple sheets to create a variety of forces with different tactical advantages that can be called upon at a moment's notice.

Dust Warfare Marker Sheets

And for those of you who don't want to take a scissors to your Core Rulebook, download these handy Marker Sheets (pdf, 612KB). 

When keeping track of suppression, reactions, and vehicle damage, these markers help to gauge the current state of the battlefield. This frees your brain up to focus on more important things-like defeating the enemy.

Now get back out there and start winning this war!

Thanks, Zach!

Visit the Dust Warfare support page and download the Dust Warfare Glossary, Army Sheets, and Marker Sheets. Then, get back to crushing your opponents on the tabletop.

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