Another path would be:
On the Epic frame, click on the drop-down arrow next to the name of your epic, select "view epic details". On the rightmost of the screen, there is a button with three dots "...", click on it and select 'Delete'.
Please let me know if that works for you too.
Forget about boards and whatever you mean by "schema". Pick an Epic that you want to delete and go look at it. If you do not get the delete option in the tools menu, then go look at the project administration settings. Look at the permission scheme and make sure you have "delete issue".
If you do have delete issue rights, then go look at the workflow. The only other thing past the permission scheme that blocks delete is a workflow property on the current status of the issue - check for that.
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