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Eurion Kemish
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I've recently managed to acquire a small number of these miniatures and am trying to find the rulebook to accompany them (I heard the rules were awfull but I'd like to take a shot at them).

Anybody have any idea what would be a good place to look? I know of the most obvious sources (ebay and amazon) but these have yielded any results so far.

Or perhaps a pdf version of the rules?

Many thanks to anybody who could help.

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Eurion
 
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Rob Bradley
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I do not know where to find them sorry. If you can't find rules for, I suggest trying the Legions of Steel rules. They are fast and tactical and proved a similar feel.
 
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Bruce Moffatt
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I realise I'm necro-ing an old thread here, but all of Leading Edge Games movie franchised Adventure games (RPGs) were based on Living Steel (2nd edition). The board games were a simplified interpretation of that system with storyline specific modifications. The board games all sold better than the RPGs which were incredibly rules heavy.

I own Aliens, Bram Stoker's Dracula, and Army of Darkness. I've never managed to find the T2 boardgame. I've got a lot of the miniatures for each franchise they produced and they are awesome! It's rare to find character sculpts that look anything like their motion picture counterparts. Leading Edge nailed it every time.
 
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