CityTech is a FASA wargame first published in and set in the BattleTech fictional universe. CityTech was the first official expansion to the BattleTech board . Citytech: The Battletech Game of Urban Combat [BOX SET] on * FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Citytech: The Battletech Game of Urban. CityTech is an urban conflict roleplay game for two or more players, ages 12 and up. In the year , General Aleksandr Kerensky led the Star League Defense.

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CityTech Battletech 1st Edition FASA 1608 Complete RPG

Were the PlasTech almost as bad? The only way I really got GS to stick on the old 3rd ed stuff was to really rough up the area you are putting it down.

So instead of learning something new, they do a poor job cleaning them up. I still have Plastech Panther’s that’s been lugged a million miles and still look like they were the day I painted them!! And speaking of the Catapult, it is one of my three favorite Mechs from that set also although is it really that fat?

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ColBosch on 12 March Wish I had a bunch of them. This article does not cite any sources. By using this site, you agree to the Terms of Use and Privacy Policy. Please help improve this article by adding citations to reliable sources. Ronin Actual Warrant Officer Posts: Cazaril Warrant Officer Posts: I agree with the comments of others about some of the QC problems.


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The Mad Cat was already missing, but the other seven members were available. That said, it didn’t work nearly as well on the Citytech material that, or using different priming techniques made it more difficult. As for the PlasTech ones The Shogun looks great as does the Cataphract.

Cazaril, I have to disagree somewhat about placing the fault on the user because of the techniques needed to clean the 3rd edition mechs. Hengist on 24 March But with a little TLC and an open mind, they can at least be Tabletop quality and actually very nice I will gladly buy any that you are looking to get rid of. I was not so excited about the Fatipult and the hands on the Hunchback were fragile but they were what they were.

Simple Green’s what I’ve used to strip the 3rd ed plastics I wanted to re-do. Which means either you are cutting deeper groves like Knallogfall, or you have to use a different painting style. ColBosch on 20 March For those that have cleaned up the 3rd ed stuff, beyond a really sharp Xacto, can you offer some tips to making these look nicer?

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But who’s fault is that? Cleaning up the 3rd Edition takes some work, and worse yet, a slightly different skill set then the metal or hard plastic ones I hacked the lower arms of the Daishi next to it to get my PPCs. I was a 1x scale war-gamer and moving those cardboard cut-outs just got old fast!!

Pat Payne Lieutenant Posts: Found almost a full box set of Plastechs in a miniatures bargain bin at a comic store in Eugene, Oregon, mid 90’s. I’ve struggled to get green stuff to stick in places, and I have a whole sprue I got off of EBay a while back, as well as the ones I’ve had since they were new. Until today only the Uller and the Nova have been modded and painted. I love the Locust from the PlasTech set. This time the problem is painting.

But the truth is, as some others have mentioned, they are not irreversibly so. Today i would like to strip the paint, but with the plastic material