Ok guys, so I have the rules for chain of command and dearly wish to have a go at it, so I thought I'd see if there is any interest from anyone else.
As it's from Too Fat Lardies the game is about playing the period, not the points devoted tournament gaming of other rules sets out there.
In regards to figures I already own 28mm but I'd be happy to look at getting in to 20mm if others also have an interest. The game relies on individual figures being removed so individual basing of figures is required.
Up for giving it a good read through as we discussed last Monday. I'm intrigued by the actual game, if not the period. If it's as good as I've heard, it may actually get me into WWII gaming, albeit in a small way!"
Fancy some WW2 with a potential campaign to try our hands at strategically stopping your opponent long enough to win by default. That's not a comment on the rules at all, more on the outcome of war... default?
Having had a cursory glance in to the whole "scale" thing, I'd be tempted to say we could play it at 20mm/1:72 scale, mainly because the PSC infantry sets contain the core force requirements for the main forces at £11. Not a bad buy in if you ask me.
I have been mulling, dear comrades, that I may be biting off more than I can chew with this one, as I've recently gone spastic on Epic & Battletech.
I'll look forward to peering ominously over your shoulders at progress, and may be able to dip in if/when you need a spare body, but don't want to mess you guys around so I'm gonna say now that I'll prob not have time to give this the attention it deserves.
Once I've got my mountain of unpainted models under control, I'll give you a holla
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