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Command Decision: World War II Miniature Wargaming [BOX SET]

by Frank Chadwick

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"Command Decision contains everything you need to get started in World War II miniatures gaming except the miniatures. It is designed to be played either with 1:285 micro-scale miniatures, 15mm scale, or 20mm (HO, 1:76, 1:72) scale miniatures. The basic rules present a comprehensive but fast-playing system for mobile combined arms ground combat in the decade of the forties. Advanced rules layer on additional considerations such as weather, paradrops, tank repair, resupply, and air power. The national data charts present complete game information on every important weapon system used by the U.S.. Great Britain, Germany, the Soviet Union, and Italy during the war. The organization booklet provides a year-by-year look at the infantry, armored and motorized organizations of those belligerents and presents the information in terms of game organizations. As a reference source alone. Command Decision is invaluable. Most miniatures players enjoy fighting out campaigns, but few playable campaign systems have ever been published. Command Decision includes a complete historical campaign, the Battle of the Stolberg Corridor, fought in September of 1944 on the western front. The campaign booklet includes complete orders of battle for both sides, which include both the historic unit identifications and arrival dates as well as their strength and organization in game terms. The forces employed are very manageable. A campaign map shows the terrain over which the battle was fought. Six separate scenarios from the campaign are included, each of which makes an interesting table-top battle, and campaign rules allow players to refight the entirety of this closely-matched contest." ~ COMPONENTS: * One rules book * One data chart booklet * One organization booklet * One campaign booklet * One rules summary folder * Four game reference charts * One sheet of markers

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