Re: [Epic] The future of Net Epic

From: Perrin Haley <phaley_at_...>
Date: Wed, 15 Jan 1997 18:34:53 -0800

>Greetings to all!
>To address concerns on the possible contents of Net Epic I think it
>should be clear that of course the present system will be the template
>for any modifications and that the mentions of first edition epic are
>only due to that many present modifications (i.e. Titan Legions), and if
>my hunches are correct , Epic 40k drew some rules from the first
>edition. It is logical of course that many parts of this revision will
>have to wait until epic 40k makes it appearrance, namely rules regarding
>flyers and psionics, but the basic mechanics of the game we wish to
>discard or redo can and should be done now.


>There have been several comments for an experienced player to coordinate
>the effort,if the majority has no objection I feel competent enough to
>undertake the task. Of course it is only fair that I qualify myself to
>you all. I have basically played the game since its making some 8 or 9
>years ago. I own and still play all armies with forces totalling over
>200,000 pts.Therfore I have no bias toward any one army and can make
>objective rulings or rules interpretations on any of the armies. The
>objectivity also stems for the many tournements and game exhibitions I
>have coordinated(I have run exhibitions as large as 40,000 pts per side
>to their happy conclusion). More importantly my job schedule permits me
>to dedicate a couple of hours daily to this task and thus be able to
>answer queries promptly. Also through the years I have compiled all
>articles(including internet Q&A from Allens page) and rules into a
>single binder for easy reference and this includes all articles and
>rules of 1st edition epic as well.In all fairness I have owned a
>computer for about half a year so help from you guys is definitely
>needed.So if the community deems me worthy I'll give my best shot and,
>of course if another should be elected to the post he has my staunchest

You fit the bill in my book. Here's my vote: !

>The time for talk has passed,
>let us act and show all just what we are made of,

Hear hear!!!



"...I could never become a prophet...just
a critic - which is a poor thing at best,
a sort of fourth-rate prophet suffering
from delusions of gender."

        -Jubal Harshaw, "Stranger in a Strange Land"
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