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More Chain of Command Bundles Unveiled

Another batch of Advanced Order bundles are available on the web site. We have tried to keep this as simple as we can, so plain English is the order of the day. Here’s what we now can offer.
The Chain of Command PDF and ‘Full Bits’ Bundle. This is the PDF version of the rules plus the jump-off markers, the Game Tokens and the Chain of Command Dice. so that’s all the “bits” for the game plus the PDF of the rules.
The Chain of Command Tablet and ‘Full Bits’ Bundle. This is the navigable tablet edition of the rules designed for touch screen tablets plus the jump-off markers, the Game Tokens and the Chain of Command Dice. so that’s all the “bits” for the game plus the PDF of the rules. So, the same as above, but the tablet version plus all the bits.
The Chain of Command PDF and ‘Some Bits’ Bundle. This is the PDF version of the rules plus the Game Tokens and the Chain of Command Dice. So that’s all the “bits” for the game APART FROM THE 28mm scale Jump-Off markers, plus the PDF of the rules.
The Chain of Command Tablet and ‘Some Bits’ Bundle. This is the navigable tablet edition of the rules designed for touch screen tablets plus the Game Tokens and the Chain of Command Dice. So that’s all the “bits” for the game APART FROM THE 28mm scale Jump-Off markers, plus the PDF of the rules.
The Chain of Command Tablet Bumper Electronic Bundle. This is the PDF version of the rules AND the navigable tablet edition of the rules designed for touch screen tablets plus the jump-off markers, the Game Tokens and the Chain of Command Dice. so that’s all the “bits” for the game plus both electronic versions of the rules.
The Chain of Command Electronic Bundle with ‘Some Bits’. This is the PDF version of the rules AND the navigable tablet edition of the rules designed for touch screen tablets plus the Game Tokens and the Chain of Command Dice. so that’s all the “bits” for the game APART FROM the 28mm scale Jump-Off markers, plus both electronic versions of the rules.
I hope that is all clear. If you are unsure in any way please do email us and we will spring to your assistance. If you’d like to see what ‘The Bits’ are then you can check them out here: https://toofatlardies.co.uk/blog/?p=1652
As with all of our advanced orders, please note that the electronic files, both PDF and Tablet will be emailed to you on the day that the rules are released. The solid “bits’ will be posted that same week.

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3 thoughts on “More Chain of Command Bundles Unveiled”

    1. Sorry Juan, I am not sure what you mean. All of the options listed can be had with hard copy, with PDF or with Tablet.
      If you are asking why we didn’t make them all available at the same time, it is because the amount of orders we get is very large and we have to process them all. By releasing them in two tranches, the hard copy first and the the electronic bundles next we can deal with them separately.

  1. Hello.
    That is what I pretended to say (excuse me, my English is very bad). I´m not really interested in the printed book, but I opted for the “hard copy” bundle because I didn´t know you were going to offer an “only PDF” bundle.
    Never mind; in this way, I have not the need to print the rules.

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