[NetEpic ML] Re: R: Thunderhawks

From: Marvin Zepkowski <skizepkowski_at_...>
Date: Fri, 12 Nov 1999 09:26:50 -0800 (PST)

Let's be serious, if one army can have it others will
be able to come up with it. HOUSE RULES is the key.
I've played epic since it came out with armies growing
larger and more complex. Many of my Cornell and Ithaca
College friends helped design house rules to make
changes that gave a wider berth to all armies within
the confines of the original rules which WD managed to
change periodically anyway. We always had a group so
we would write up a prospective rule then vote on it
add it to the house rules once passed. The
modifications we made were easily incorporated into
the game. ie. change the t-hawk shots to more closly
follow chaos weaps. It is my feeling that it will not
change the game dramtically and can add to the
   Zoade, Game master Candor Guild.

--- James Beadle <james_beadle_at_...> wrote:
> It strikes me that the various army lists each
> have thier own special
> units that balance them out against the special
> units of other lists, and
> make that particular army different in flavor and
> tatics. If you allow those
> special units to be used by another army you are
> sacrificing that balance,
> and that special flavor for a more generic mix.
> As has already been said, its all a personal
> opinion, however I would
> rather see the lists used as presented rather than
> mixing the units up into
> a mishmash of take what you want armies.
> Thunderhawks are Space Marine
> Units, not Chaos units. It would be easy to justify
> any army using almost
> any unit, but is that ultimatly desirable and good
> for the game?
> James
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Received on Fri Nov 12 1999 - 17:26:50 UTC

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