Re: [Epic] Creating new version of Epic

From: Sean Smith <seans_at_...>
Date: Mon, 13 Jan 1997 22:25:52 +1300

On Mon 13 Jan, Michael the Liu wrote:
> If Epic97 turns out as cruddy as everyone fears and the pessimists turn out
> to be right, we could make our own set of rules for Epic, the "net version"
> of Epic 40k. Between the Titan Legion Edition rules, Epic 40k rules, and
> all of our house rules, we could create a uniform mix that captures
> (hopefully) the best parts of each. This could lend a certain
> "officialness" to the rules in that between all of us and our gaming groups
> we could get a pretty substantial number of people playing it and there is
> strength (and that elusive official feeling, such as that which the Q&As
> have) in numbers. If we were to post it to the net as an alternative method
> of playing or have it run at conventions alongside tables of the standard
> system (I think there are a few on the list who run booths and tables at
> conventions), it could actually begin to spread outside of just our gaming
> circles and us. Of course, this is all hypothetical, as we don't know that
> the new version is going to suck yet (we're just pretty sure :P)
> Flame away!
> Michael of House Liu
> PS In any case, I know I'm not going to be playing strictly by the printed
> Epic40k rules, even if I do buy the boxed set, but I figure it would be
> pretty cool if I could be playing even a semi-official version of the game :)

I'm all for your suggestion, count me in. I have about six different ideas
for new scenerios involving equally sized forces, so you can fight battles
without needing objectives, I will post them as my contribution at the
weekend if people are interested.
 Sean Smith (Seans_at_...)
Received on Mon Jan 13 1997 - 09:25:52 UTC

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