StarCraft: The Board Game - Skirmish Boards

last updated July 25th, 2019 — created July 25th, 2019

We found that in games with more than 3 players, our already very large table just wasn't large enough to comfortably execute combat phases without interfering with the rest of the game setup. So, we designed skirmish boards that have magnetic legs allowing them to be placed over the game area. We designed the graphic, printed it twice, and pasted it to two 11" x 11" squares of foam board. Then we cut out spaces from the bottom of the foam board to allow for magnets to be placed inside, for the magnetic leg attachments. These legs were made from chopped up dowel, and glued directly onto the magnets.

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Thanks to Manuel Tengelmann! :)

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