[NetEpic ML] Re: Revision Core rules

From: <jyrki.saari_at_...>
Date: Mon, 21 Feb 2000 09:17:38 +0200


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From: EXT Peter Ramos [mailto:pramos2_at_...]
Sent: 19. February 2000 0:40
To: netepic_at_egroups.com
Subject: [NetEpic ML] Revision Core rules

I'll knock out a few issues in the core rules so as to leave us with the
major task of the army lists and titans.
Note the purpose of this revision is to reduce the enormous amount of stuff
net epic has and make it a "tighter" rule set. All the alternate stuff will
be moved to the optional book.
Vote on each issue Yea, or nay. Those points that are rejected will be
discussed in depth.
Issue #1
turn sequence with the apparent acceptance of tghe simpler intergrated flyer
rules the sequence is as follows:
Order phase
Movement phase
Combat phase
End phase
Issue #2
Super heavy vehicle damage table, basically it adds resilency to them, there
are more elaborate table but I propose the simple one to be adopted as
mainstream since thats what most use any way:
When the super heavy fails a save roll d6
1- no effect
2-3 -1 to hit, half the CAF, can be repaired by techies, another result like
this means destruction
4-6 super heavy destroyed.
This applies to knights as well
Makes the super heavies more worth their name. I vote for this.
Issue #3
Pinning, has the following categories as shown by list opnions
1. Infantry cavalry (includes bikes and dreadnoughts)
2. vehicles (most tanks)
3. Knights super heavies
4. Titans praetorians
Skimmers are now included in their respective category above. They may leave
in their next move as always but are considered pinned if they choose to
stay and thus can NOT be fired from out side shooters.
Good. Makes the skimmers a bit more reasonable within the context of the
These are the only issues of note in the core rules as they stand all other
alternate rules are to be removed to the optional book.
Once these are settled Titans and their weapons are next.
Jyrki Saari


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