CoC Pacific Book

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joe.harrison89
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CoC Pacific Book

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Hi there,

How is it going with the Pacific War guide please?

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With you on this one - if I drool for much longer pending the release of this tome my keyboard will short out.

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We are keen for it over in WA as well

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Think its in a bottle being washed up on a Pacific Island.....😁

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Truscott Trotter wrote:
Mon Aug 10, 2020 9:44 am
Think its in a bottle being washed up on a Pacific Island.....😁
... to be found by Japanese man in his late 90s and tattered uniform, confirming for him that war still not over but now needing to find dice? ;)
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hahahahahha yes

Len Tracey
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Richard is doing the final print layout as we speak. British & Commonwealth forces are being done first with others to follow. As he has said, this is going to be a fairly large book with Pacific, Burma-India and China all covered; so not a quick process. The terrain rules are all settled as far as I know, so those are likely done. That's all the news I have.
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Capt Fortier's post explains the strange request for dice we received from somewhere in the Pacific written in Hiragana.

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Len Tracey wrote:
Thu Aug 13, 2020 8:01 am
As he has said, this is going to be a fairly large book with Pacific, Burma-India and China all covered; so not a quick process.
I heard a vicious rumour that China was not included, so I'm very pleased to hear that, as are my Chinese platoon who are itching to get to grips with the Japanese invaders.

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Your Chinese platoon looks great, even got a bog sword bloke. Where did you get the figures or are they kit bashed? Are they 28mm?

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