On Sat, 16 Aug 1997, Bill Provick wrote:
> > I don't refuse games from people without painted armies, that
> >would be pretty rude I reckon, many of mine aren't painted either. I do
> >however get very frustrated when you see the same army month after month
> >and the owner hasn't made any effort to even try painting it. I feel like
> >they're missing out on something. And if they feel they're not missing out
> >on anything I 'd have to ask 'why are you playing miniatures games
> > Tony.
> And they're reply is the answer to the question. "The rules"
Are there really any rules out there that are that good? I haven't
found them. A lot of people around here are switching to Warzone over 40K,
they say the rules are heaps better and just having watched I can't really
comment, but the miniatures are just so ordinary I'd have to be _really_
impressed with the rules to play more than a few social games.
I can see the point being made about using wooden blocks or
counters, they're all just markers. I really do believe though that the
miniatures are the attraction with miniatures based wargames, for me at
least. All rules have holes, some rules have more holes or bigger holes
than others, the better the miniature to plug them with the better.
Tony VanDerLinden - |
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