- 06/10/2017 at 18:29 #73319
Released today from Long Face Games, White Bear, Red Sun is a mini campaign covering the Russo Japanese War from the initial surprise attack on Port Arthur through to Tsushima and beyond. Also included is a brief history of the naval campaign, the campaign system itself, the “Broadside and Salvo” fast play pre-dreadnought rules and a complete set of ship data for the rules allowing the campaign to be fought out over a weekend or a few club nights. As well as the main 48 page book in PDF format there are additional files with A4 and A3 versions of the campaign map, sea area control counters and ship record counters for both sides for use with the campaign system.
All for the princely sum of £7.5006/10/2017 at 20:18 #73326kyoteblueParticipant
Cool!08/10/2017 at 07:37 #73367Brian WeathersbyParticipant
For some reason, the preview on wargamevault.com is not displaying properly.
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--Warren Zevon16/08/2018 at 15:44 #97024cmnashParticipant
Hi David, Do you know why the rules are currently priced at £9.71 marked up to £9.83 ?
.16/08/2018 at 15:56 #97027MikeKeymaster
If they are on WGV it could be to do with the fluctuation of the £.
Currently my rules are $9.54 but they started at $9.83, this is due to the exchange rate.
I am getting less money from each sale as the £ falls against the $.
I am tempted to increase my £ RRP to offset the drop in value of the £ vs the $.
Maybe DM has increased his RRP so he gets the same money from each sale?20/08/2018 at 13:23 #97285cmnashParticipant
Whatever the reason was, it’s gone away – they’re now listed as £7.50 …
.20/08/2018 at 18:45 #97325
Yes indeed, I went in and fixed them. For some reason WGV changed the rates. Hopefully fixed now21/07/2019 at 18:13 #118330hammurabi70Participant
Released today from Long Face Games, White Bear, Red Sun is a mini campaign covering the Russo Japanese War from the initial surprise attack on Port Arthur through to Tsushima and beyond.
For clarification, this relates only to the naval aspects of the war or is there some aspect of the land warfare incorporated in this?01/08/2019 at 18:13 #119050
Yes, its the naval side.
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