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Dogs of War Module Mass Combat 
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I looked on Rpgnow and a C&C module caught my eye. It is called the "Dogs of War" and it says that part of what takes place is a "large scale siege". Does this mean that there is some sort of mass combat system in the module? That'd certainly be worth it to me, even if I don't ever run the module itself.
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Mon Oct 22, 2007 9:15 pm
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There is not a mass combat section in the module. However there is a section that describes how the players can interact in the big seige battle that takes place in the module.

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Technically, you're both right, depending on what version you're getting, and what you mean by "mass combat system."


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Does this module go into lots of cool, gritty detail about siege warfare, or keep it pretty simple? Sounds like a great premise for a module.


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Does this module go into lots of cool, gritty detail about siege warfare, or keep it pretty simple?



Very abstract, with very few, if any, details. Its more of a "this is how many there are... this is how many are dead, after."


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