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About Erion

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  • Birthday 04/10/1973

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    Harrisburg, PA
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    Miniature Wargames the depth and breadth of which not even God has ever seen.

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  1. Then I'll find you in the vendor hall. Thanks.
  2. I re-extracted everything and it seems to be working now. Must have not had everything selected in WinRAR when I unzipped it. Thanks for the assist.
  3. I just downloaded the Force Manager software and there are a bunch of files missing when it runs. Weapon.dat SA.dat Upgrades.dat support.dat factions.dat generation.dat I'm also getting an error: "can't open file 'data\icon\CAVFM.ico' (error 0: the operation completed successfully.) Failed to load image from file "data\icon\CAVFM.ico"." I'm hoping it's as simple as some files missing from the ZIP archive.
  4. The Origins Event Grid landed yesterday, and while there are indeed a couple of events on there, both are in the evening when I am meeting up with others for food and gaming. Is anyone running basic demos of the during the convention as opposed to big scenario games?
  5. So, how much of this is going to be available at Origins? :)
  6. I believe I said this before. I'm pretty sure I will say it again. Go to gruntz.biz. Follow the links and give Robin approximately 15 of your dollars to download his well-done,extremely flexible set of rules designed for 15mm sci-fi games. Spend a couple of days getting familiar with the rules, and then start using the builders to give stats to your CAV models. When we were first learning Gruntz, we used the JORs as a guide to reconstruct the CAV units from the ground up. Gruntz even has a Card Deck unit activation option. Damage track style effects are built in to reduce yo
  7. Didn't see this before I started a new thread about 15mm CAV up in reaper general. With reaper's reputation for excellent models, I think they would do VERY well using the existing designs in a larger scale.
  8. Erion

    Heavy Gear

    Hey Nanite! The Bashan Combat Mount 2-pack is on sale through 2/11 at the DP9 Online store. Just being helpful...
  9. Erion

    Heavy Gear

    If you ever come to NukeCon, you can borrow some of mine. If I ever get there, you can count on it.
  10. Erion

    Heavy Gear

    Not a thing. We must never speak of this again.
  11. Erion

    Heavy Gear

    I love lists. Care to share? If/when my finances recover, heavy gear is on my own list. This is by no means comprehensive or final. Keeping/Expanding Warmachine/Hordes (love MkII) Uncharted Seas Firestorm Armada (The fleet I want isn't even out yet) Heavy Gear 40k Tau (They're my favorite) Keeping as is AT-43 & Confrontation Monsterpocalypse (not much in the second set of factions caught my eye, and they need to figure out that they'd make way more money selling faction-specific packs for a bit more dough. It's still oodles of fun to play). War of the Ring (mo
  12. Erion

    Heavy Gear

    Lars, Customization is greatly reduced in the Blitz Rules. There are still variants available of almost every basic Gear design in the game (weapon swaps and such), but they're all done within the context of upgrades to pre-defined squad options. The days of building your own Gear from the ground up are gone. In addition, there's a much more defined army building process for each faction than ever before. Options do exist for variant forces (different member states in each of the polar alliances, for example). These are all very good things in my opinion. The old rules for building custo
  13. Erion

    Heavy Gear

    Heavy Gear got awesome when the Blitz! edition of the rules was released about two years ago. The Caprice Combat Mounts were actually released last summer with the Black Talons expansion book. I have been resisting the urge to build a Caprician force to fight against my PRDF ever since.
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