So what's the easiest way for you to learn a new set of rules? Personally, I've never been one to be able to sit and read a whole set of rules cover to cover. No matter how interested I am I find it hard to focus when just reading. I’ve always been like this, and way back in the mists of time, when I was at University, I instinctively sought out alternative ways to study, rather than just reading textbooks. Friday's episode of The Quarantined Wargamer explores the subject of how we learn new rules and suggests some techniques for getting those pesky facts embedded in our grey matter.
We all have different ways of absorbing new information, and I certainly don't have all the answers. So what are your tips and tricks for learning new rulesets? I'd love to hear from you, either in the comments below on my YouTube Channel. If you like enjoy the video please hit the Like button and consider subscribing to my channel.
Next week I'll be talking about why we should Encourage rather than Criticise those starting out in our hobby.
I need to play the rules to learn them. Sitting reading them my mind wanders off and I don't take any info in!ReplyDelete
Its worse for me, I don't just fail to take anything in, I wake up with a jolt an hour later! Getting old sucks.Delete
I always check the QRS first to see if I can get the gist of system. But nothing beats getting troops on table and trying out different aspects with rules even solo. Definitely getting older does not help ! :-)ReplyDelete