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Bolt Action Rulebook

Bolt Action Rulebook

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Bolt Action from Warlord Games is a World War II Company Level wargame designed for 28mm miniatures. The 224 page full-colour rulebook has been produced in conjunction with Osprey Publishing, and was written and developed by Alessio Cavatore and Rick Priestly. World War II encompassed the entire...

Product features

  • Book Format : A4
  • Game System : Bolt Action
  • Material : Paper & Card
  • Historical Period : The Second World War 1939 - 1945
  • Average Age : 12+
  • Format : Softcover

Manufacturer : Warlord Games

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Bolt Action Rulebook Information

Bolt Action from Warlord Games is a World War II Company Level wargame designed for 28mm miniatures. The 224 page full-colour rulebook has been produced in conjunction with Osprey Publishing, and was written and developed by Alessio Cavatore and Rick Priestly.

World War II encompassed the entire globe, and saw soldiers take to battle in sun-baked deserts, snow-ravaged Siberian wastes, and every possible battlefield condition in-between. It has become one of the most popular wargames periods of all time, and Bolt Action is a simple and straight-forward game system with which to recreate some of your favourite battles. 
 
This book enables the budding gamer to play-out any battle from World War Two on the tabletop battlefield - from the hedgerow fighting in Normandy, to the massive tank battles in Russia and beyond. Games can be played with as few as a squad of men, to huge battles including entire tank companies and vast swathes of troops. 
 
This Rulebook contains ; 
 
- Introduction
- Basic rules
- Advanced rules
- Scenarios
- Quick reference sheets
- Index

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