I have seen that there are an epic version for Grimdark future, called "One Page Micro Sci Fi", and I would like to know if there are something similiar for the Fantasy version, in a NON-Warmaster style.
Hi - couldn't help but add my tuppenceworth to this conversation.
I've had a play with 6mm fantasy regiments, which will be my next project after micro sci-fi - maybe in 2027, the way my painting is going.... But I'm a sucker for beautiful 6mm and Microworld do some fantastic and affordable ranges.
The scale is 1:4 so each inch in the rules is 1/4" - I just swapped cm for inches (roughly 1:2.5) for movement and shooting. Mount each regiment on a single base - use the 1:4 scale for this. A typical infantry regiment with 10 figures in two ranks is mounted on a base 1.25" wide by 1/2" deep. Yes, this is small, and it is probably best to simply double the size of regiments. I haven't made up any units yet, so space on the base may be an issue - perhaps a 1:3 scale, which will allow some diorama-building on each base.
Mark casualties either on the rear of the base or using markers. Typically, specialist figures in each regiment die last. Multiple special figures in a regiment (e.g. sergeant and banner bearer) die in a predetermined order, although if you're down to that many figures, the regiment is screwed!
The game rips along with the minimum of fuss and NO RULES CHANGES. There may need to be a single page covering some adaptations, but that would be all that is needed.
As I said, I haven't made up any units and playtesting was done using card regiments on paper terrain but it was fun and worth the effort. Roll on 2027...