Working on a Japanese Action Deck for Combat Patrol(TM): WWII

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I have been working for a couple of months on Pacific War supplement for Combat Patrol™: WWII.  The supplement involves new morale results for Japanese units as well as special rules for banzai charges and suicide attacks on vehicles.  The new morale results have more unit results and fewer individual results to reflect the unique military cult culture of the Japanese Army in WWII.  These new morale results will be incorporated into special Japanese Action Decks.  The cards in this action deck are exactly the same as the other Action Decks except for the morale results.

Examples of soldier hit location icons

Examples of soldier hit location icons

I went back to my artist and asked him to create new artwork for the Action Deck.  Again, the results will be the same as the other Action Decks, but I wanted the artwork to look Japanese.

Examples of vehicle hit location icons

Examples of vehicle hit location icons

Examples of to-hit modifiers for new Japanese cards

Examples of to-hit modifiers for new Japanese cards

Examples of new Japanese cover icons for Action Cards

Examples of new Japanese cover icons for Action Cards

I really like the new artwork.  It is consistent in style to the original Action Deck, but it is definitely Japanese in feel.

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One thought on “Working on a Japanese Action Deck for Combat Patrol(TM): WWII

  1. very cool – love the art work!

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