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    Planetfall

    Rules removed by Mossmac - due to copyright issues and interest in producing the game formally.

    Cheers

    Mossmac


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    Wow, lot to read through. Great rules as always (REP).

    Could include sub headings in bold/underline to make it a bit easier on the eye.
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    Sticky fingers and a lot of coast line..............

    Thanks VQ

    Actually started to playtest it today for the first time - got the new mighty empires box from my local GW, as well as downloading, enlarging, sticking onto card, letting dry over night and cutting out over 50 mighty empire coastal tiles from the GW Specialist Games Warmaster Playing Aids PDF File - whew! - all this when I am supposed to be packking and moving house - oh well....priorities right?!:w00t:

    Currently using a mixture of Mighty Empire cities models etc as well as stand in counters and bits of paper markers with my scibblings on to account for everything.

    My first game was hilarious, with me relishing the way I created a new world in about 45mins (on 2 big pieces of blue sugar paper that have got some 200 Warmaster paper sea tiles glued to it and the covered in sticky clear plastic! - all done on the entrance hall table - my wife hasn't complained - yet!:shifty spent over half an hour placing the production zones and defence silos - and a full 10 minutes to play 2 turns and see the planet defence anhaliated by the planetfall side!!

    Throughout I have made some clarifications to the rules which I will post over the next few days but all in all the game works really well.

    I use epic figures BTW to represent the different divisions - leman russ tanks for armoured divisions, troop stands for infantry etc.

    Off to bed now :sleep: - will look to try to bold the headings tomorrow - if anyone wants it in word format I can email it to you....

    Cheers

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    Mossmac, you're a nutter! So many rules, so little time.

    Any word on Gamesworkshop's up coming rules for playing massive battles?

    Also, I think you should take it upon yourself to re-write the battle fleet gothic rules. I played it a few years back and was mightily disappointed. Just as the battles were heating up, one fleet would simply retreat.

    Where were the vicious broadsides; the succession of countless tiny explossions, before the cataclysmic explosion that would rip battleships to pieces; the tiny fighters raking enemy civilian carriers with laser and missile fire; angry men with beards shouting "Brace for impact" as their crusier smashed into a hostile vessel, causing both ships to be damaged beyond the grounds of good taste; the bloated corpses floating in space; the captain waiting for what seemed like an age, sweat pouring off his brow, before finally hissing, "Fire!!", thus sending a nuke the size of a sky-scraper into the plasma core of an enemy battleship; the horribly wounded fighter pilot whose final action was to steer his crashing and burning craft into the ammunition bay of an enemy vessel?

    WHERE WAS THE LOVE!!!

    Anyhow, i just think that since BFG was on a giant scale, the carnage should have also been on a giant scale.

    Just a thought.

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