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    piers
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    Some pictures from the first playtest for the new Battlegroup book underway…

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    #1339582

    limburger
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    Soo pretty …

    Isn’t it easy to forget where your soldiers are with that much greenery ?

     

    #1339585

    oriskany
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    Oh man!  Please tell me there will be some inclusion of Merrill’s Marauders in this supplement.  😀

    This sounds amazing!  Definitely an overlooked theater.

    #1339631

    elessar2590
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    Looks stunning. It’ll be worth picking up the book for the pictures alone.

    #1339782

    damon
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    That looks great.

    Another interesting theatre outside of the mainstream

    #1340140

    tacticalgenius
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    so true.I like this area since it’s so uncovered. anymore light shed on it will definitely increase our awareness in the exploits of the Burma theatre

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    historytowargames
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    Check out our recent podcast discussing Battlegroup Pacific at historytowargames.com

    #1382917

    bobcockayne
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    Yup nice to see coverage of forgotten theatre, specially as I have a painted British force for this.
    Armour need re=doing but there are some nice models out there now.

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