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Old June 18th, 2007, 07:00 AM
Several people in my gaming group enjoy what is called "40K in a Flash" or Lunchtime 40K, basically an off-shoot of "40K in a 40 Mins" or Combat Patrol style gameplay. I was wondering if any of the Ruleset authors had already created something downloadable so that people could create 500 pt "40K in a Flash" lists on Army Builder 3.

The rules published by GW are located here, at the bottom of the page:


The rules are slightly different than Combat Patrol, and offer a bit more unit choices. Has anyone created Rulesets for this already? And if not, how difficult would it be to code a Ruleset for it?

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Old June 18th, 2007, 09:03 AM
looking at it it is possible however ... as it is a campaign based system the amount fo flexibility within it in the adjustment of points would make it difficult to code and also make it quite coplex for the user, nevertheless the maintainers will have a look and see what the decision comes back as

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Old June 22nd, 2007, 04:12 AM
To be honest, I was just looking for a simple 40K in a Flash ruleset, barring the major complications of adding in all the campaign content as it is (given my limited knowledge of coding) too complex and involved to code.

In other words, I was just looking for a ruleset to download that has the basic rules listed on that site for a 500 pt. game. No 2+ saves, no more than 3 wounds, etc.

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