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Chain of Command At The Sharp End – The Cover Unveiled

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Work is well underway on the campaign supplement for Chain of Command. We’re now in a position to unveil the cover art as a small taster for what is to come. We hope you like it!

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13 thoughts on “Chain of Command At The Sharp End – The Cover Unveiled”

  1. I like it. I like it a lot. Great idea maintaining the astetic of the original rule book. I can’t wait to get a hold of this book. CoC is practically all we have been playing recently.

  2. Lookin good pard. The anticipation similar to jump master calling out, “six minutes!” Planning to use the the book for a solo campaign. Gotta go, green light!

  3. Really like that cover. enjoy the comic book style. Maybe it”s because I’m an old fart but, I have a strong connection between war comics and gaming. In my life the comics came way before gaming and evoke strong feelings with my boyhood past. Gotta Go! jump master is calling out, “six minutes!”

  4. the cover looks the part, cant wait for it to come out to see what the difference is on the list of tanks / vehs and Plt OOB for 41/42. it’ll be hard to find A9, A10 amd A13 tanks in 28m to go with Perry’s figs
    Bill

  5. I can’t wait for a campaign. CoC has been my favourite game of 2013.
    I was trying to resist but the cover art… the empty cartridge cases eject from the bottom of the main body on the Bren, not into the air. sorry.

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