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Postby Whiterook » Sun Jan 06, 2013 12:28 pm

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For those new to World at War, the game simulates, on a platoon-level, the war which began May 14, 1985 when Junior Lieutenant Yuri Andromnivitch's T-72 sent a 125mm HE round screaming into the guard tower on the ridge at Dankmarshausen, ripping mortar from rebar, and sending head-sized chunks of concrete tumbling into the red-roofed houses below.

Units activate by chit draw and formation, fire in a flurry of dice, and look good doing it. The rules cover self-propelled mortars, thin-skinned vehicles, support weapons, ranged combat, opportunity fire, ATGM depletion, assault, and overrun combat. Better still, World at War is not just a game, but also a game system. Learn Eisenbach Gap Deluxe, and you can play any of the follow-on modules.

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The game ships in a beautiful box with the following components:

* One hundred seventy-six (176) gorgeous die-cut 5/8" counters
* Two, professionally drawn, printed, and MOUNTED maps
* Twelve scenarios, 2 players' aid cards, and 4 dice
* A full-color, 16-page rule, scenario, and chart book
* Retails for $54.99

Stretch Goal Announced!

From LNLP:
Thanks everyone for your support. This has been a big success. So big that we are going to add a stretch goal. Here's how this stretch goal works. If we hit the new goal by January 21st, everyone will get the stretch goal bonus. And the stretch goal bonus is...

World at War playing cards! One repeated complaint that I receive is that the World at War counters are difficult to read. Well, not so much difficult as crammed full of information. Pure and simple, the World at War counters can make the older of us squint. Well, squint no more. If we reach the stretch goal of $12,000 dollars, each copy of Eisenbach Gap Deluxe will come with a complete set of 2.5” x 3.5” playing cards, representing the units in the game. Each card will have all the statistics for the unit, front and back. The back of the card will also include flavor text describing the unit and its place in the World at War universe.

So bottom line, if we reach $12,000 by January 21st, EVERYONE who placed an order will get a set of these World at War playing cards in their game. If we don't reach the stretch goal, Eisenbach Gap Deluxe will still be printed, we reached that goal already, but the cards won't be part of the package.

So what do you do? If you haven't ordered, place an order, that's all. If we reach $12,000 by January 21st, we will print the cards with the game, and everyone who has preordered through our site will get a copy. This will be the ONLY way to get these cards with your Eisenbach Deluxe game.....

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