Saturday, 14 February 2015

Pacific Theatre Chain of Command lists

For those of you hankering after an army list to use those 3d printed Type 92 tankettes (or for that matter any other 28mm Japanese forces or US Marines), draft versions of Japanese lists 1941-2, and 1943-5  and the USMC for 1941-42 (which covers the period up to Guadalcanal) are available in the files section of the Yahoo! Group (you'll need a login if you don't have one, as these are currently just draft lists).

I shan't be playing these any time soon, unless I can find someone with the appropriate forces :D

8 comments:

  1. Hmmm.... I've been thinking about the Far East for CoC but I think I will probably go for British instead of US forces.

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  2. If you don't mind, I've got a question (you may or may not be able to answer)- How does Chain of Command compare with Bolt Action?

    Cheers,
    Darrell.

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    1. Bolt Action is ok, but Chain of Command is a far superior game but really not much more complex than Bolt Action.

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  3. All the current draft lists can be downloaded from https://www.dropbox.com/sh/eu6yxhtvr56nbn0/AAA-GUWtIpTh9fLnM3_tH9lfa?dl=0 without a password.

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  4. Mike, the link to the files section in the Yahoo group doesn't seem to work right

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  5. I keep trying to resist doing C of C for Tarawa but it is getting tougher.

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  6. Oh dear oh dear oh dear - I shall need to talk to you about this late war Japanese list Mike - so much wrong with it I don't know where to begin. Speak at the club

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