Command Center: Welcome

Command Center: Free army list building tool for Warhammer 40KThanks to House of Paincakes pimping Command Center for me I’ve had a lot of recent new signups. I just wanted to say thanks to the folks at HoP and I hope everyone trying out Command Center finds it useful. If anyone notices any bugs or has any suggestions then feel free to comment here or fire off an email.

For those still not aware of what Command Center is, it’s a free online 40K list building tool, check it out.

  • TheRhino

    I finally made an account. Much sleeker and more polished than the oroginal version I tried out. Might replace my Excel spreadsheets, since I can simply auto-fill all the units I normally use (Bike Captain, Tac Squads).

    • I plan to ‘soon’ add a preset feature. Right now the auto-complete will populate the stats for you and that’s it so you can fill the rest as needed. The preset feature I plan to add will let you save entire units including wargear and costs since many of us have presets we always use, or at least work off of.

  • John Compton

    Command Center is exactly what I was looking for. I enjoy writing out my army lists, and putting in the information yourself straight from the codex is much more reliable than army builder.

    Is it possible that you can make it so that it will store individual wargear points cost if you put them in? I guess it would be something like multiple wargear and points boxes that get saved instead of one big wargear box.

    • Glad you like it.

      I’ll have to think on your suggestion a bit. Possible? Certainly. I’d have to work out the visual impact though, as well as some programming elements of course.

  • Anonymous

    Is it possible to add a “stamp” to the bottom of the final page of a printed roster? Like a little “Roster created in Command Center Version X.X.”.
    It’d be free advertising and hits when those of us who travel out of town hand rosters to opponents. You could even set it as a toggler like the wargear, notes, and weapons sections.

    • Yep, it’s easy enough to do. Good idea. I do it on shared rosters but didn’t think to do it on printed ones.

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