Royal Netherlands Navy:
Fancy Carrier Cards
By Mike Bennighof, Ph.D.
In the world of Wilson's Peace, the Second Great War breaks out a generation later. Royal Netherlands Navy details the confused naval campaigns waged in the South China Sea in this alternative history. And just like other Second World War at Sea games and expansions, it needs its own fancy carrier cards. They’re in color, with the aircraft carrier basing boxes (use them just like the plain ones included in the game) plus the ship data from the hit records. You can mark off hits with counters or coins, or slip the card into a sleeve and mark on it with a grease pencil just like a real staff officer. The carriers have their light hull armor in metallic gray because I liked that better than the standard hatch pattern, otherwise the symbols are just like the standard ship data sheets.
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Mike Bennighof is president of Avalanche Press and holds a doctorate in history from Emory University. A Fulbright Scholar and award-winning journalist, he has published over 100 books, games and articles on historical subjects.
He lives in Birmingham, Alabama with his wife, three children and his dog, Leopold.