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25 Dec 2020 10:29 #317504 by Whoshim
Replied by Whoshim on topic Let's Talk: 40K
There is One Page Rules' Grimdark Future: onepagerules.com/portfolio/grimdark-future/

They have other rulesets too, like Firefight, which is a skirmish version.
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28 Dec 2020 15:26 #317558 by Michael Barnes
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Galdred wrote: I am looking for a way to introduce my 9.5 year old nephew to 40K (I wish we still had Space Crusade...).
I remember seeing a 40K "simplified" ruleset that was not Kill team, but I cannot find it anymore. I think Michael Barnes or Matt Thrower did talk about it.
Is there any such thing, or is it my failing memory making things up?


I believe you are thinking of the Battle for Vedros line they launched a few years ago- it was supposed to be very kid-facing with push fit kits and limited rules. It was a really good idea (and a great way to get classic Black Reach models) but they totally shit the bed on promoting and marketing it. It was almost impossible to find any of the kits. But honestly, the new 9th edition quick start rules and playing with just the data sheets (no codex stuff) is pretty streamlined and manageable for a 9-10 year old.
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