Blitzen wrote:No, he failed stuff.
Oh, so he was like this?
Theblackdog wrote:I use the gameplay rules from the 2005 rulebook, since they're simpler and go faster. But most of my minifigs, weapons and vehicle stats come from the 2001 rulebook. I liked the wide variety of different weapons and troop types it provided, but the main thing is that the 2001 rules have higher vehicle movement ranges (36" as compared to 24") and longer-ranged, more powerful, more accurate weapons (an MKI gun does 2D6 damage and has a 20" range), which also makes the battle go faster. You don't really need to memorize the stats of every troop type and weapon, you just write down the necessary information on a stat card. That's what they're for.
So you ruled of fudge the rule of fudge.ace121 wrote:I've only reffered to the rulebook twice in my life. Once to point out that there were no fifteen foot super-nukes, and once to point out the rule of fudge. Both times, I didn't actually show the book, but convinced them I was right anyway. In fact, I've never even shown the rulebook to any of the people in our clan... I think they think I made up the whole thing actually...
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