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Lee49414 Feb 2021 8:43 a.m. PST

Since there are no recent Modern Battles to serve as Benchmarks during Playtesting we've decided to use the WWII Battle of the River Plate with Graf Spee vs. Ajax, Achilles and Exeter, which has a well documented outcome, to test the Basic Rules Mechanics and Combat Resolution System.

I'd love to have you all Playtest and Comment … so there is a FREE PDF on my website. I will also be emailing copies to people that have reached out to me using the Contact Us Page.

I've already had interest in Playtesting WWI Battle of Dogger Bank and will be posting that Scenario in a week or so.

Cheers! Lee

cfielitz15 Feb 2021 9:53 a.m. PST

Looks very interesting. One thing, however, you have several abbreviations. Some of which, I can figure out, some I cannot. For example, I assume Qc means take a Quality check, but I am not so sure what Qe means.

cfielitz15 Feb 2021 9:57 a.m. PST

Found the definitions under Qtest section. Maybe move this section to the beginning of the rules?

Lee49415 Feb 2021 2:33 p.m. PST

Cfielitz. Great Point! Appreciate the feedback. Thanks!

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