It looks like the update is a cleaned-up scan of the book, not a recreated version like they did with D&D. The file size is one-seventh of the old file size, the type is darker, you don't see the binder clips on the cover or the color of the paper, and the almost-blank "inquiries regarding rules" page before the title page has been added. The back cover has been added. All the pages have been straightened. This one include the purchase watermark; the old one didn't have a watermark. You can't see any bleed-through from overleaf text. Overall, a great improvement.
Still not available to buy, but I would expect that to happen any time now.
Post by countingwizard on Jan 31, 2020 9:45:05 GMT -6
Does a 1st or 2nd edition pdf of Chainmail exist? What I really need is a physical copy of the Chainmail rules, but one of the earlier editions might have some better guidance on how to play the LBBs by the book.