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2017 Christmas Special Arrives


Christmas wouldn’t be Christmas without a large helping of Lard and this Christmas Special delivers it by the chimney-full.  At 135 pages in length, here’s a look at the contents
Lion de Mer:  A French force invades Sussex in 1805.  A campaign for Sharp Practice
Allies Peu Fiable:  A France 1940 scenario for Chain of Command
Taking Off Into Aerial Gaming:  An introduction to the joys of reaching for the sky with Bag the Hun
War Hawk:  USAAF take on the Luftwaffe above the North African desert
Lost in Musique:  The natives are revolting!  They certainly are with this award winning scenario for Sharp Practice
An Affair at Gazala:  An IABSM scenario set amid the sands of North Africa
Battle Rifles:  Len Tracey returns with a look at representing different weapons in Chain of Command
Escape:  A new adventure for Richard Fondler and Sharp Practice
Hearts of Oak:  Ideas for a campaign ladder for Kiss Me Hardy
The Road to Bremen.  A Late War Chain of Command campaign.  To Bremen by Kangaroo
The Spanish Main: Rum, Piracy and Nautical Fun.  A guide to Pirates with Sharp Practice from the pen of Chris Stoesen
Government Reprisal:  A pirate scenario for Sharp Practice
The Encounter at Guarena River:  A Scenario for General d’Armee by Anibal Invictus
Sidney Roundwood’s Big Day Out:  Released from his high security mental institution,  Sidney enjoys a day out as he races for the Don with a game of Big CoC
Fine Tuning IABSM:  Mike Whitaker gets out his tuning fork as he adds some more detail to troop quality
Cutting Out:  Another Pirate Scenario for Sharp Practice
Za Rodinhu:  An Eastern Front Scenario for Bag the Hun
A Cruel Necessity:  Sharp Practice in the English Civil War
The Great Raid, Parts 1 & @.  A Double your money for Pirates with Sharp Practice
The Roundwood Report:  Sidney bids farewell as he hangs up his couch.
The Christmas Special is available here:  Christmas Special

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