Anyone know anything about Anima Tactics??

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Anyone know anything about Anima Tactics??

Post by flyingwhale » Fri Aug 17, 2012 2:05 am

First of all I think this is consider "fantasy" but admin change if it's in the wrong spot...


Anima Tactics..... Anyone know anything about this game???? Can't really find a good website to show off the models and what they are like or even what the game is like.

Any help would be awesome!
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Re: Anyone know anything about Anima Tactics??

Post by saramin » Fri Nov 22, 2013 3:44 pm

The models are very... Anime... Big weapons dynamic poses...
The game plays on a d 10 system...
The stats dictate difficulty to hit and damage
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Re: Anyone know anything about Anima Tactics??

Post by tazbeast » Tue Nov 26, 2013 10:25 am

I've been collecting them for about 2 years now, and just started playing. It is fun and fast paced (as all skirmish games should be). The individual powers have crazy, anime-like names, but are simple stat boosts or ranged attacks (generally). You don't have to get the hardback rulebook (art is fantastic, and has all the fluff), 'cause the tiny rulebook in the light or dark starter is all you really need (unless you want to play Dark/Black Sun...you will need to buy it's starter).

As far as images, look at google images for anima tactics (some are quite lovely). I have about 25 or so painted (Some of the best paint I have ever put on a model. The sculpts are awesome, which requires an awesome paint job!).
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