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Made in ca
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The Hammer


I've been looking at putting together a fantasy army as the 40k action has been getting a little decrepit in my neighbourhood.

The rub is my local club, though enthusiastic purchasers of GW figures, aren't so much fans of their rules. (one hundred Riders of Rohan mounted three to a stand, to give you a sort of mental image)

The system I'm looking for is called "Enter the Dark" I believe. It was supposed to be a quick hit on google or linked to the club site, but ah cannae fahn d'eet.

Anyone familiar with this? I've played it once or twice - it goes a bit like the OLD Chainmail battle rules - one attack per four guys or two/three per hero, armour saves only.

Thanks in advance.

When soldiers think, it's called routing. 
Made in jp
Anti-piracy Officer

Somewhere in southern England.

Not free but cheap -- HOTT (Hordes Of The Things) is worth a go for fantasy.

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We're not very big on official rules. Rules lead to people looking for loopholes. What's here is about it. 
Made in us

Wilmington DE

http://www.freewargamesrules.co.uk/ is your friend.

HOTT is supposed to be good, as is No Quarter (the fantasy version of No Limits...or vice-versa). There' s a ton of good stuff there, though.

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I think the lesson here is the best way to enjoy GW's games is to not use any of their rules.--Crimson Devil 
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