A new day, a new version of FRAG: Shareware Edition! Get it here
The major changes are as follows:
– Units may now only make TWO actions per turn; movements rates and Traits have been adjusted accordingly. – The aim action has been removed. – A new reference sheet has been added to the back of the book. – Points costs for multi-wound models have been reassessed and several characters have had their Wounds re-balanced in line with other factions (mostly the Hell faction). Except for one unit (the Forgotten) all multi-wound models have seen their points cost increase considerably. – Readability edits made to rules and fluff.
More pieces printed for FRAG in flesh and marble flavored PLA. Today’s focus was vehicles for the New Order faction. These will be the last 3D prints for a while as I’m going to be doing some serious maintenance on the printer.
Yes, that is a model rip of the Doom 2016 Cyberdemon in the background. The other miniatures are a Wolfenstein TNO halftrack, Opel Blitz, and a German Panzer IV tank. The death ray thing is based on Konflikt 47. I was originally going to mount it on the Panzer IV but I printed it too large, so it’ll have to be a static weapon with a gun crew.
Everything printed for 28mm gaming. Printer is an Ender 3, with a (slightly warped) 0.4mm brass nozzle.
FRAG is a tabletop battle game based off of 90s FPS games. Space marines trapped in Hell fight demons who are trying to invade the Earth along with weird science Nazis and a rampant artificial super-intelligence that goes “Mmm” a lot.
The new version makes big changes to the visuals and formatting to vastly improve readability and make the whole thing look a lot more professional.
Below are some pics of models I’ve been using for the game.
My 3D printer has arrived! It’s a Creality Ender 3. I’ve installed an aluminium extruder (replacing the default plastic extruder, which tends to wear or break) but otherwise the printer is a standard stock printer.
After assembling it and checking the build was correct, I made a center piece model for my demon army (28mm figure for scale).
Cyberdemon is from Thingiverse and printed in 13 separate parts, using a
modified SiePie miniature printing profile. It’s also made from an
environmentally friendly bio-plastic.