CityTech is a FASA wargame first published in and set in the BattleTech fictional universe. CityTech was the first official expansion to the BattleTech board . Citytech: The Battletech Game of Urban Combat [BOX SET] on * FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Citytech: The Battletech Game of Urban. CityTech is an urban conflict roleplay game for two or more players, ages 12 and up. In the year , General Aleksandr Kerensky led the Star League Defense.
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CityTech Battletech 1st Edition FASA 1608 Complete RPG
The rest came loose really well with a pick. Vaaish Master Sergeant Posts: Unsourced material citytceh be challenged and removed. Front cover of CityTech, 2nd edition. The only way I really got GS to stick on the old 3rd ed stuff was to really rough up the area you are putting it down.
Were the 3rd Edition plastic minis a travesty? Board games introduced in BattleTech games Board wargames Wargame stubs.
Is there an upper limit to how good they can look? I love the Locust from the PlasTech set. Found almost a full box set of Plastechs in a miniatures bargain bin at a citytceh store in Eugene, Oregon, mid 90’s. Ronin Actual Warrant Officer Posts: Dark Age The Succession Wars. March Learn how and when to remove this template message.
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What would other people use to get rid of the paint without getting rid of the entire mech? This time the problem is painting. And I’m not alone in all this I did not bother with trying to be fancy when I painted them up.
The other three are more or less forgotten, but at least the totally ugly Orion will end as battle damage sooner or later. It is possible to fix them but you need lots of patience to clean and then resculpt the missing or warped detail.
Yes, but for different reasons Then the paint comes out looking poor, and battleetech whole set of minis gets labeled as garbage because they didn’t come out looking like a similar metal one Battletdch Lieutenant Colonel Posts: And speaking of the Catapult, it is one of my three favorite Mechs from that set also although is it really that fat?
They were my “beater mechs” for those unplained games with friends. Vaaish on 30 July But who’s fault is that? For those that have never seen all the PlasTech minis, I found this over at Citytecy Because the panel lines are shallow and not crisply defined, the standard “Basecoat, wash, drybrush, done” that a lot of people like to use doesn’t work so well with these.
Cazaril Warrant Officer Posts: They really aren’t in the same league as a mold slip on a metal or resin model. Granted, the “dimple” that almost every one has somewhere caves in the entire side and requires a lot of rework, but I’ve seen minis from a misaligned mold that require almost as much work.