In line with my other recent comments I am going to be stepping down as Chaos developer and AC.
As noted elsewhere I am not going to be playing Epic rules anymore (a “voting with your wallet issue) and I am also not going to be working to extend the rules for an army list that GW has abandoned (in Epic scale) twice now.
I would like to heartily thank Jervis for the opportunity not only to test and influence the game via playtesting but also to help out on the development of two army lists.
It was a real learning experience and I think I gained some valuable experience.
Please don’t think that I have reservations of Epic as a game. I still love it and I think that it is probably the best game that GW has come out with. I also think that the GT scenario that Jervis developed is probably one of the best scenarios I have played.
This decision is ultimately about GW and its corporate policies.
My actions and purchases help to reinforce what I think are a series of inexcusable decisions and I can’t justify doing that any more.
So I am removing myself from the game and the process as a way to demonstrate my dissatisfaction but also to ultimately reward those companies that do actually treat gamers properly.
I wish the new Chaos AC the best of luck and I wish all my fellow Epic gamers the best of luck as well.
And, once again, thanks to Jervis for allowing me the opportunity to twiddle and tweak with his game and rules. Its a pity that GW has put someone like Jervis in this sort of position