There is quite a few new things this year in the General's Handbook 2019 and while some are just interesting, some like this one look like they have some great potential.... and I like the irregular tables being considered here.

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It’s nearly time for the General’s Handbook! In our latest look at the essential guide for gamers, we’re checking out open play! The latest edition is designed to make it easier to enjoy Warhammer Age of Sigmar than ever before, giving you new options to play regardless of where you are and what models you own.

The Close-quarters Battleplan Generator

We’ve all been there – we’re looking to get a game of Warhammer Age of Sigmar in, but can’t find a 6’x4′ flat playing area to game in? While some of us are lucky enough to possess beautifully prepared gaming tables – or a nearby club or Warhammer store to game in – we know that there’s only so many times you can steal the dining table before your housemates, pets, children or partners go mad. Luckily for you (and them), the latest General’s Handbook has you covered thanks to the close-quarters battleplan generator. Designed for battlefields around 30-36” by 40-48”, this system creates battleplans that are fast, fun and offer distinct tactical challenges, making them perfect for gamers short on time and space who are looking to get a great game in.
Each battleplan has a deployment map, an objective, and a twist, with options for ruses and Sudden Death for balancing out mismatched forces. So, let’s say you and a friend have arrived early to a tournament, and you’re looking to get a quick warm-up game in before round one – you roll up an appropriate deployment map…
…then roll Final Objective for your goal…
…then, to cap it all off, you roll the Eager for Battle twist!
Put them together, and you’ve got a furious race for the objectives that promises a key twist on ‘ordinary’ Warhammer Age of Sigmar gameplay that can be played pretty much anywhere.
And for players looking to take the madcap fun of open play to the next level, it’s just the beginning…

The Open War Army Generator

Writing lists is great, but sometimes you just want to get your models on the table and game – but how do you choose and balance your forces without points? Look no further than the Open War army generator! Based around dice – or the Warlord Edition cards – this system lets you generate roughly balanced forces in moments!
This system isn’t just for open play – imagine a matched play event where, rather than selecting units randomly, you draft them using different army generator cards, or a narrative game where which reinforcements arrive are determined randomly. Combined with the Close Quarters Battleplan Generator, getting a Warhammer Age of Sigmar game together is easy.

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