What do you guys think of these for use with the shot-counter?
We used to use a bit of paper and just write the shot number for everyone, but thought we'd try the counter this time.
Obviously I'd love to hear if you seasoned players have any other ideas (not electronical please. we're rpg old-school). I figure the link above would cover 3 PC's and a multitude of featured foe/Boss/mook type characters but if you fine people have a time-proven method, that'd be equally awesome.
On a side note. Awesome that FS has returned and re-opened the time portals. Looking forward to getting back into it with the gang.
I've been using Penny Gems: etsy.com/shop/ImprobableObj ... _leftnav_3
I generally use these instead of minis when I play D&D, Savage Worlds, and other mapped games too. Heck I use them as Fate Points when I play Fate games. Useful buggers.
Those looks great!
I use two different types of tokens for Heroes and for GMCs.
Heroes: I use large, primary-colored Munchkin tokens. The players have a colored pen which matches their token.
GMCs: I use small colored tokens like the ones you posted.
I find it's useful to keep the heroes and GMCs distinct from each other on the shot counter.
Wow, those Penny Gems even look Feng-shuiy.
Ended up ordering super cheap plastic tokens for around £1. Got 100 in five different colors. Good thing is I can use a whiteboard marker pen on them so they can be reused in the next session.
Thanks for the suggestions guys.