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Originally Posted by Varakir View Post
That kick off box is pretty tempting - do you think the rules are simple enough for kids to play? Might pick it up next time we need a new board game if the kids can play it too.
The game is easy to pick-up because nearly all the actions revolve around rolling a set number (usually 3, but stuff can add or subtract dices) and you just try to roll your target to get a 'success' and in some cases you compare successes.


These guys talk you through a basic game using Kick-off - http://www.beastsofwar.com/dreadball...l-academy-ep1/

The Modeling side are easy because they are push fit, but the painting side of things I found harder because the scale is different than Games Workshop models.
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