- 04/04/2017 at 11:06 #60134piers brandParticipant
Well here is a look at some of what’s in the latest book – Battlegroup Tobruk!
Nine different lists for North Africa and Crete, special rules, historical scenarios and a campaign! Plus some pull out vehicle datacards too!
A real crammed full book of desert goodness… and still available to pre-order until tomorrow night! Get your copy before it goes on general release at Salute!!! The books are due with PSC in the next 48 hours!
04/04/2017 at 11:11 #60137MikeKeymaster05/04/2017 at 08:54 #60197Iain FullerParticipant
Aye, these rules keep tempting me – probably due to the use of Piers’ lovely figures and terrain in all the write ups I see – but I am very happy with Chain of Command. Does anyone have any experience with both sets and can give a comparison?05/04/2017 at 11:12 #60208SteelonsandParticipant
That’s a very tidy looking publication – and good to see the East African theatre get a mention…… often overlooked.
We won’t shake our heads at Mike, just arrange for a one way visit to Bovington Tank Museum strapped to the back of a Churchill painted in Kingforce colours…… 😀07/04/2017 at 02:28 #60287piers brandParticipant
Aye, these rules keep tempting me – probably due to the use of Piers’ lovely figures and terrain in all the write ups I see – but I am very happy with Chain of Command. Does anyone have any experience with both sets and can give a comparison?
One of our regular stalwarts uses both sets of rules. Think he finds they complement each other well.
I will try and find his comments on them, sadly I cant make any comparison as Ive never played CoC.07/04/2017 at 08:48 #6029308/04/2017 at 10:03 #60406NTMParticipant
There are scenarios and campaigns included in the supplements which could easily be used with CoC. Reverse is also true CoC pint sized campaigns work very well with Battlegroup IMHO.08/04/2017 at 10:37 #60408
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