I use Acrobat Pro. Not the ideal software but it’s what I’ve got. Ideally you’d use Adobe Indesign or similar.
Is there a current changelog? The one posted in the OP only has up to 2019, unless I clicked the wrong link.
[edit:Are the 2020 amendments the 2021 changes?]
I see, I was thrown off by their presence in the tools and got confused while cross-referencing different versions of the rules with the NCE tag. I'll check the ORB ones out now, and failing that I'll just do it all on paper. Thank you!Enforcers is one of those things that NCE didn't really nail down, what with them being a Fanatic expansion rather than an "official" ruleset. I think the Tools will be using the ORB version if anything - though I admit I haven't ever used them to build an enforcer gang.
Maybe have them as a leader only weapon. So they are limited at gang creation but become common after that.
Works as a halfway house between the two.
Yeah, I'd agree with Stoof on this - someone who comes to NCE these days, and then buys some ratskins on ebay, for example, is far more likely to find 1st edition than fanatic's 2nd edition, and thus have at least a few, or even a lot, of lasguns.It's one of those anachronisms that crops up in the Necromunda - and wider 40k - lore. Lasguns are second only to hydrogen and hands to hold them in the 40k universe. They have been around for millennea, they are supremely reliable, easy to reload/recharge, and available in their countless billions across all walks of society... yet Orlocks prefer "reliable" autoguns and boltguns, and the people with limited access to kit inexplicably find it easier to scratch build kinetic weapons and blend gunpowder than plug a lasgun power pack pack into a pilfered power source. We, today, think "they shouldn't have high-tech stuff", forgetting that in 40K a lasgun isn't in any way "high-tech".
Personally I think they should just have regular access to them, but I don't play ratskins. My argument - beyond the tongue-in-cheek one above - would simply be that the original metals had them as standard ganger models - and three seperate sculpts of them at that - rather than the unusal one-offs like the Orlock power fist or Delaque axe wielding maniac.