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    ADR army design rules

    has anyone atempted to create an arm design rule set? simmilar to the VDR? i think it would be pretty cool to have a completely custom army. any ideas or resources you could contribute would be appreciated. I'm not really all that sure were to begin with this, is anyone interested in working on such a project?


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    In something as simple as the VDR, it's easy to keep track of overall effectiveness. However, armies are much more complex.

    Besides, you can invent your own army, you just have to ask your opponents permission to use them. Which is exactly what you'd have to do with a design system anyway.

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    well you could both agree to play an army that works within the rules of the adr

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    it is a good idea, but if you want to have a custim army use the tyramid customizable army thing to create yours. it is legal but make sure that all of the models fit the profile, i mean you can't have a warrior killy profile rrepresented with a guardsmen with a head swap

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    Can those rules be used for any type of units, custom or borrowed, like for instance Mobile Suit Gundam, Star Wars, or a custom Pirate army?

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    Probably, give it a play test. um, dose anyone have/no where i can get me a copy of the VDR rules? (hehe Vehicle Designe Rules rules.)
    Ive already made some prototypes, but i need actual rules.
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    VDR is in Chapter Approved 2004

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