Welcome to the Epic Remastered project
This is an unofficial project that reworks and extends the third edition of Games Workshop’s Epic game system, Epic 40,000.
Epic Remastered is by fans, for fans, and open to the community as a collaborative effort.
Date of this build: 2023-10-28
This project is now well under way, but we still have lots to do.
We’re not yet ready to treat any part of the project as 'stable' — we treat all content as 'draft' and subject to change at any moment. So, we don’t spend the time to document the changes (except at a high level as occasional updates in the Facebook group — see Discussion).
Important features are likely to change without notice.
Styling is minimal.
The content components in this project are as follows:
Core: The main body of the project. This is now functionally complete, but there are still improvements we’d like to make and details to attend to. Among other things, we need to create and add graphics and images — especially where explanatory examples are concerned.
Battles: Mostly contains empty placeholder topics at present.
Armies: Mostly contains empty placeholder topics at present.
Contributor’s Guide: Guidance for contributors, to help with governance and consistency, and to document our methods in a transparent way.
|You’ll find links to the main components in the main navigation menu. You can also switch between all components at the component menu (at the bottom of the secondary navigation panel).|
Also important to the project, but not held in the same repositories and hosting:
Epic Remastered Detachment Builder: A convenient way to choose your army online and to print out your detachments and unit datasheets. Ian Wood continues to adapt and extend this from the open source 'Army Forge' software to suit our needs, and to populate it with new and revised content. We intend that the builder and the Armies component will mirror each other eventually.
|You can also find a link for the builder under the Resources item in the main navigation menu.|
There is no search function yet. We will add this in due course, either when we get some help from a developer or make time to figure it out with some trial and error.
There are no 'relationship table' or 'broken link checker' features for authors — this makes it much harder for us to maintain links effectively and to find and fix broken links. We may be able to integrate some tools to help with this in future, but they will require some advanced coding and so we may need help.
We don’t use the Edit this page function yet. We hope to use this in future to provide an easy way for enthusiasts to suggest edits to fix typographical errors, unclear text, and so on.
The Download button doesn’t do anything at the moment, but could direct users to an app or PDF version in future.
Feel free to discuss this project in the Facebook group, either in the dedicated announcement or in a separate thread: EPIC 40,000 Remastered (external URL).
Copyright 2020–2022 Eric Weston and the Epic Remastered project contributors.
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