Summary for week of 4/1/00
- Well, we made it.<br><br>Having officially
changed over from Deja, we are up to 8 members already. I
have added a picture album myself and encourage others
to add there own. We only have a MAXIMUM of 5 MB of
storage space for all pictures and I'd like you to make
sure your pictures are optimized for the web and as
small of a file as possible please. I noticed that
Ralf's album is really small in size because it is just
links to his pics on the web.<br><br>I've been
motivated to take a BUNCH of new pictures of my ships -
especially the stuff I created, to post in my album. I took
two rolls today so I'll put up pics of my Skaven
Dunglobber and Nurgle Great Unclean One real
soon.<br><br>Also I made some additions to my Dark Elf Fleet
Expansion rules to cover Triton and the Citadel Journal
stuff and how it affects the new beasts.<br><br>I'm
back to working on mu Skullrammers for the Undead
fleet and have begun to paint some more as well.
<br><br>All members can contribute everywhere in a YAHOO CLUB
so I dont need to make any one a Moderator (there is
no such thing in here).<br><br>So let me hear how
your week was, or what is going on inregards to MOW in
your life?<br><br>Scott Di Bartolo<br>aka
Do you really want my rules then? They are mostly for the warmaster campaign originally then I substituted all of it's naval stuff with MOW fleets. So if you are looking for just MOW campaign you can have a good jumping off point and see how I am trying it. I like it, its simple enough but still very complex as it has warmaster and heroquest added in. The original paper punchout set came with rules for a stand alone game and doubled as a WFB campaign game, then later there is a revised ruleset for warmaster armies instead. You can find these online with a good search.
Even though they aren't very cheap you can still find plenty of the original mighty empires sets on EBAY right now, saves a lot of time from having to re-invent the wheel sort of speak. Also there are companies that you can buy vinyl mats from with a hex pattern printed on them so you wont need to try and draw them on. You have your choice of a lot of different size hexes, I believe the new plastic ones are 2 3/4 inches from point to point straight across.
If you need anything though, my e-mail address is cjbennett22@..., e-mail me and we can exchange some stuff and help you get started quicker. Where are you located about? I am always looking to meet up with some players.