Re: [Epic] Rebel against the new stands

From: Jason Stephensen <J.Stephensen_at_...>
Date: Wed, 8 Jan 1997 13:23:58 +1000 (EST)

>>Hello fellow Epic players. I was wondering if anyone else out there is
>>going to continue playing the current version of Epic even after Epic 40K
>>is released. I plan to still purchase new blisters but to follow the old
>>rules and base my troops according to them. I am just curious if anyone
>>else out there is still going to play by the old rules.
>Hell yeah! I cant be bothered to get the new stuff all over again. I'll just
>try to get a peek at the rule book and pick out the new rules that I like
>and adapt them to the current rules which despite their problems are still
>perfectly acceptable. And I'm definitely not going to get any of those new
>f*$%ing stands!

Well I remember something very similar with the change from 1st to 2nd
edition. I was rampant when they scrapped all the old rules and stared
again. A lot of the armies were outdated or based wrong. They used to have 5
bikes of a WFB horse stand. Now that took a lot of effort to fix back up.
And there was a problem with the IG heavies and the commisars, but that's
another thing. I won't be buying the new epic 40K, unless it is real great.
I do not want to rebase the infantry and if there is a great advantage to
the new bases, I'll be very upset. After all the hours of doing infantry, I
don't want them being redundant. I think I'll be following the majority and
keep playing epic as it is. Besides a lot of the changes that seem to be
being made are practically straight from dirtside II so they wouldn't be
hard to take across. I'll wait and see, as the release is just a few months
away (Haha)

>Simon Dodds
>"Why is this thus? What is the reason for this thusness?"
                 Colonel Abrahms, 22nd NU-Atol Regiment
                 Rekartot Redbacks Senior Coach
                   "No Spanky, No. Bad monkey"
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