Okay, some questions for the esteemed readers of this blog...are the Crusties I see on the Ground Zero Games website basically Kafers from 2300 A.D? If so, then would not the Ground Zero Kra'vak vehicles make more sense to use with the Crusty infantry than the Crusty vehicles? Those Kra'vak heavy grav tanks and APCs certainly look like a Deathsled representation from 2300 A.D. to me. So, would one use Crusty infantry with Kra'vak vehicles to represent the Kafers?
Or, are the Kra'vak a closer representation of Kafers? The pictures of the Kra'vak infantry on the Ground Zero site are too small to be useful. If the Kra'vak are the Kafers, then the vehicles make more sense!
As for the Marshborn Crusties in Tomorrow's War, are they not supposed to be Tomorrow's War version of Kafers? And why didn't Ambush Alley Games, in their By Dagger or Talon supplement, expand on the Crusties as opposed to introducing an entire new alien race? And would one think that the Kafers/Crusties would live in elevated homes, like the Marshborn Crusties do in TW? I love the way those GameCraft Miniatures buildings look, but Kafers in 2300 A.D. (if Kafers and Crusties are one and the same) came from a planet that was so hot as to be unbearable for human life...doubting if they would have elevated homes! But, if the GZG Crusties are NOT Kafers, then these questions are moot!
See, I told you I had questions! I guess I am one of those who likes to follow a canonical approach to his sci-fi gaming. One thing I wish Ambush Alley Games had done was to really give us even more canonical information/background for Tomorrow's War. I realize they wanted TW to be used for any sci-fi setting, but folks, give me more to go on! Spoon feed me!
Anyway, if folks can give me some answers or at least offer their opinions, I would appreciate the feedback on my Kafer/Crusty/Kra'vak dilemma!
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