I have not examined it too closely, as I have the main rule book on PDF and use it for games.
Is the Mini Rule Book up to date, i.e. has it been amended to incorporate the errata, or is it just a copy of the old quick-start rules?
Would there be any interest is taking the old rule book, separating the fluff from the rules, then correcting the rules and creating the existing errata?
It is getting difficult for me to keep up with all the differences between the rule books and within the hardcover book. The fluff is fine. There will always be inconsistencies between accounts of any given event. There really should be a single, consistent set of rules and game data.
IIRC, for a while there was discussion of a new, consoldiated rulebook by madmorgan et al. When Ironclad Games said they wouid be working on a new set, the project went comatose. I don't think is has been revived.
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The Consolidated rulebook idea was shelved when Ironclad games bought the rights. They have said they are working on rules and a new rulebook so we will have to wait for them. Having said that Madmorgan still produces fan rules for stuff that doesn't have any rules and there are lots posted on this forum.
Yes, I've done a (mad) horde of rules and stats for all kinds of stuff - look through my TO&E lists and OOBs as well as under the appropriate USA and British rules listings. At some point I plan on producing an index of all these, as I'm even having trouble finding particular articles I want to 'quote'
I would like to see a situation where there was a single, searchable PDF with rules and weapon stats only. Something that lives in "the cloud" and is something that can be updated in one place for all users. Something players could use on a tablet or smartphone. I know, I'm a crazy dreamer.