Aug 11 2009, 01:26 PM
Im trying to find more people playing AT43 in melbourne. Im actually based in geelong but I have been heading up to the Tivoli club LoA as some of the guys there are still collecting AT 43. We are just begining to set up the Operation Frostbite campaign and if it works well it could be a lot of fun to expand it and include more players.
Im hoping to check out the WSWA club soon if anyone is interested in a game of AT 43.
Aug 11 2009, 02:20 PM
I've seen AT-43 played at the club, I couldnt tell you who though, as I only recognized the models being used. Not sure if the guys whi played it check in on this section of the forum. You might try hitting up the AT-43 section of the 'Additional games & literature' forum, they might frequent there.
Aug 11 2009, 03:08 PM
Mat I think it was Ange [dontshoot] you'd have seen at the club with AT43 and also Owen Glover plus maybe a few others.
Aug 11 2009, 07:35 PM
Is AT43 still available? Thought the producer was not continuing it in its current format. Could be wrong.
Aug 13 2009, 04:22 PM
I used to play it when it came out but ended up selling everything off. The other person I know at WSWA that has a large amry would be Damien (surferspider or something like that). He tends to now play alot more WM\Hordes. Damien also plays at LoA with afew others that have AT-43 armies.
Aug 20 2009, 04:58 PM
Ok thanks for the feedback, does seem as if there is not alot of interest for AT43 in Vic. I think its the prepaint thing that turns people off it.
Its a shame as I think its a viable alternative to 40K as it has decent rules, some cool themes for armies (space monkeys!) and some good support from Rackham with campaign material etc. Though actuall supply of minis has been shaky which has probably hurt the game also.
This seems to have been fixed recently, USA sites such as the warstore have restocked and even have the new stuff including the new race Cogs and cheap army box deals.
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