Saturday, 4 March 2017

Letters From Vietnam




I have finally gotten around to bringing together all the Chain of Command - DMZ rule changes into one document.

 


Click on the attached link to download the PDF from dropbox.

Chain of Command - DMZ

I hope you enjoy.


UPDATE 2/4/17
I would suggest the following change to the close combat results for anyone using this supplement with the main Chain of Command rules.

"Treat any close combat roll of 5 as a point of shock instead of a casualty and any roll of a 6 as a casualty and 2 points of shock."


16 comments:

  1. Thanks. Appreciate the hard work and the share.

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  2. These look fantastic - great work.
    I haven't even played CoC yet, but the Vietnam version might speed that up.

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  3. Thank You for sharing Your work.

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  4. thanks looks good on first glance

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  5. This is great work ! I really like what you have done here. Can't wait to mess this around on the table. Excellent !

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  6. Thankyou for all the kind words gents. If anyone gives them a go please let me know if you have any questions or feedback as I am always happy to hear.
    Cheers

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  7. Great. Can you explain better the weapons? What is the diference beetween m14, m16 or slr rifle?

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  8. Great. Can you explain better the weapons? What is the diference beetween m14, m16 or slr rifle?

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  9. If you are using the main Chain of Command rules then M14 and SLR are treated as semi automatic rifles and for M16 use the assault rifle rules from the supplement.

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  10. This is most generous of you, sharing all your impressive work and now compiling it in one document. I became interested in the Vietnam War when TFL released Charlie Don't Surf but since then, interest diminished as my gaming group shifted focus to IIWW with CoC. I will be leading the Vietnama gaming renaissance in my club using your rules. Again, thanks very much for all the effort

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  11. No worries at all. Let me know how it goes. Any questions feel free to ask.

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  12. Nice work Jason, I will have to consider some new Vietnam figures as all my old stuff is still packed away in Canberra

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  13. Very cool! Was waiting for Fighting Season to come out to try and adapt for Soviet Afghan War but this might be a good starting point in the mean time.

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  14. Hi I finally could test the rules. Very fun game and quite difficut for the FWF (i.e. me...) I left a detailed comment and batrep in my blog
    http://mylardiesgames.blogspot.com.es/2017/03/up-country-testing-vietnam-chain-of.html

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  15. Superb stuff Anibal. I have left a few comments on your page. PM me on jsendjirdjian@gmail.com

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