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Tabletop Admiral MESBG Army Builder now Live!

Many of you who have frequented this blog and checked out some of my battle reports may have noticed just how nice my army lists looked! This is all thanks to Andrew, the developer of Tabletop Admiral. Many moons ago he worked on a modular system for his list builder and I volunteered to be the steward of the MESBG data- tirelessly click-clacking away to get your favorite profiles digitized!

This builder is AWESOME. I've been using even the earliest alpha versions of it for well over a year and nothing else comes close. Love it to pieces! IF YOU COME ACROSS BUGS PLEASE E-MAIL ME DIRECTLY AT

The text below the cut is from Andrew's original announcement on Reddit, and details how to use the builder!

Edit: Andrew has made it even easier by including the data file into the URL!

The website for the army builder is , and the URL that you'll need for the data file is . Just copy that second link URL and paste it into the text input and click 'Load Data'.

Alternatively, you can just download the data file and upload it, if you're worried about the data going away someday. Note that this is not my data file. TTA doesn't host any of the data and is game-agnostic.If you sign up, you can just save that URL to your account and it will auto-load for you, so any time you visit the home page, you don't have to do anything.


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