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RECON+

RECON+ is a set of unofficial firefight missions for Corvus Belli’s Infinity miniatures games. Based around 150pt games, they are slightly larger than the official starter box missions but half the points of a traditional 300pt game. Although they make great stepping stones to full size tournament play for beginners, they are also fun and challenging tactical games for experienced players. The action is fast, games are quick, different weapons and tactics have increased emphasis, and hard choices have to be made in designing army lists.

This packet started as an iteration and refinement of the original unofficial RECON format by Guerilla Miniatures Games, which in turn derived from the official ITS missions. It has evolved significantly from there following community experiences and input playing this format frequently in local casual tournaments.

Previews




Sample pages from the free, unofficial RECON+ PDF.
Changelog

Data Targets

Need objective markers to play these missions? Check out our Data Targets 3D printed objectives, available as either STL files or physical pieces.

Data Targets
Credits

Disclaimer & Copyright

RECON+ is unofficial, unauthorized, and unaffiliated with Corvus Belli. Infinity and all associated marks, names, factions, faction insignia, characters, vehicles, locations, units, illustrations, images, and models from the Infinity universe and game are either ®, TM, and/or © Copyright Corvus Belli and used without permission, no challenge to status intended, all rights reserved to their respective owners.

Several pieces of commercial stock art and freeware fonts have been used in the production of the RECON+ packet. These remain the copyright of their respective owners, used here under appropriate license.

Creative Commons License

RECON+ is released under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 4.0 International License. It has been produced using solely open source tools. The document and image sources are available on GitHub.


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