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Re: Council of War,

From: "The secret of the Universe is @*&^^^ NO CARRIER" <KOCHTE@s...>
Date: Mon, 2 Dec 1996 16:14:39 -0500
Subject: Re: Council of War,

>>	Hi I'm new to both Full Thrust and the group, but so far like
>> I've seen.  Can someone fill me in on the PBeM.  I take it there are
>> spaces ? What rules adaptations are you using etc ?
>	Well, I can see by your sig that you are a fellow Babylonian.  
>That's good because most PBEM games revolve around this universe.  
>The best are run by Mark "Indy" Kochte who uses his own set of 
>conversion rules.  A copy of these rules exist on the WWW, however his 
>URL escapes me at the moment.

Thanks, Mark.  :-}  I'm waiting to see what you come up with (hurry up,
man! don't worry 'bout those exams; they'll give 'em again next year!)

The URL:

brings you to my [boring] main page, but from there you can find all the
stuff I've worked on, a couple past PBeM games I've left up for a
archive (one of 'em will have to come down at some point for space, but
don't know which yet)

>	However, I do have a link to Mark's rules on my Unoffical Full
>WWW Page <>.  There you will 
>find not only a link to Mark's B5 rules, but other background rules,
>designs, links to other FT pages, and other fun stuff.  Check it out.

Is a verra nice page. Much prettier than mine.

If the conquest of a great peak brings moments of exultation and bliss,
which in the monotonous, materialistic existence of modern times nothing
else can approach, it also presents great dangers.  It is not the goal
*grand alpinisme* to face peril, but it is one of the tests one must 
undergo to deserve the joy of rising for an instant above the state of 
crawling grubs.
				       -Lionel Terray, 1965

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