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stealth84105 Aug 2005 2:49 p.m. PST

Has it changed much from the first edition. Any players out there that can give me the low down.

coopman05 Aug 2005 5:40 p.m. PST

There is an Armati discussion group at groups.yahoo.com

Holy Mackerel05 Aug 2005 6:17 p.m. PST

Stealth841;

I don't think it has changed a great deal, but as I understand it, there was some definite improvements. I play A2 and enjoy it immensley. Easy to get into, and makes you really think about your deployment, and other things. Check out the Yahoo group. It has a great deal of info. Also, Warflute.com is an Armati site that has all kinds of good stuff.

Mako1305 Aug 2005 7:28 p.m. PST

Deploy, advance/or not, enter into missile barrages/melees, and hope you roll the dice well to win.

Kent Reuber Supporting Member of TMP05 Aug 2005 7:51 p.m. PST

If you owned Armati but not "Advanced Armati" in 1st edition, you didn't get the variable army lists, which is a big change. Sadly, they dropped the English Civil War in A2.

stealth84106 Aug 2005 4:30 a.m. PST

I have played A1 for years but didnt know if it was worth getting A2. I shall check out the yahoo groups, cheers.

Personal logo Cheriton Supporting Member of TMP07 Aug 2005 11:34 a.m. PST

"Deploy, advance/or not, enter into missile barrages/melees, and hope you roll the dice well to win."

That's it in a nutshell.

However, you omitted to mention the diversion of spending hours, if not weeks or months, attempting to divine the author's intentions on (too) many points in his rules (Napoleonic version, especially, included).

There exists, after several years, active disagreement and discussion, even among experienced players, on how to interpret an alarming portion of the rules.

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