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Wings of Glory - WW1 Rule and Accessories Pack

The year is 1917. All across Europe, while men face a last-ditch battle in the mud of the trenches, colorful biplanes fly in the foggy sky, gallantly fighting each other as true "knights of the air".

Wings of Glory is a game system that allows players to recreate aerial combat during World War I and II, using cards and miniatures to represent the airplanes and their maneuvers. In Wings of Glory players will control one or more airplanes, taking to the skies to engage their opponents in aerial duels, or trying to carry out a specific mission, such as recon, escort, or bombing.

This WW1 Wings of Glory Rules and Accessories Pack is a comprehensive game system, that includes all the rules and accessories necessary to play the WW1 version of the game system. Players will find the core WW1 rules system presented in a beautiful 40-pages color booklet – Basic, Standard, Advanced, and a wealth of Optional rules. Also included are all the rules and counters necessary to use special models (such as multi-engine bombers and balloons) and special weapons (anti-aircraft, rockets and incendiary bullets).

The pack also features four decks of Damage Cards (A, B, C, D); Target, Trench, Machine Gun, Anti Aircraft Guns and Bomb cards; four airplane consoles, two rulers and counters.

NB

The pack must be combined with two or more WW1 Airplane Packs or WW1 Special Packs (each featuring a miniature and its maneuver deck), or with a WW1 Duel Pack.

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