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Re: [GZG] Help me, Obi-Wan Kenobi!

From: "John Atkinson" <johnmatkinson@g...>
Date: Mon, 7 Jul 2008 14:27:34 +0300
Subject: Re: [GZG] Help me, Obi-Wan Kenobi!

Hehe. . . 45 tons, gauss cannon, hovercraft, maxed out front armor.
Some people stopped playing Battletech with me.

Is Laserburn still available?


On 7/7/08, Adrian1 <> wrote:
> John Atkinson wrote:
>> I dislike GW's marketing methods and whatnot, but this discussion
>> seems to have generated far more passion than a frickin' game is
>> worth, IMHO.
>> John M. Atkinson
> Some believe in their cause and some are just bored enough to get
> involved in a pointless argument.  I would love to find a civilied
> that compares various wargames systems but you an bet that hardliners
> would turn it into a "my system (something written in the last year)
> better than your system (ditto)" argument.
> I still consider the first scifi wargames rules I ever bought
> by TTG) about 20 years ago good rules since they were easy to alter.
> Then again I bought nearly eveything TTG produced.
> Battletech/Mechwarrior has always been a odd idea to me since even
> though it's enjoyable, I can't equate it with a "wargame".  Whenever
> possible, I used my custom built PPG-armed  fast hovercraft to make
> miserable for the walking targets.  Strangely enough, I always found
> power armour in Battletech more to my taste than that in WH40K.
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