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This product supports the Command at Sea (CaS) supplement Rising Sun, which provides scenarios covering the first half of WW II in the Pacific (December 1941 - November 1943). A Form 10 lists all the statistics for the ship, along with weapon ranges and hit chances, sensor ranges, maneuvering data, and a damage tracking form - all the information needed to use that ship in a CaS game.

         Consisting of over 360 separate Form 10s, it provides the ships needed for all the surface battles in the Rising Sun scenario booklet. And the ships are listed in their exact configuration for each scenario. If a ship was refitted between one battle and the next, it has a form for before and after.

        There are no submarines, only the seven carriers needed for the Battle of Midway and the surface ships, in the configurations needed for the scenarios in Rising Sun. There are no rules included. Players will need the CaS 4th edition rules to use these Forms.

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Li L September 21, 2017 12:47 pm UTC
I can't find Prince of Wales and Repulse in Force Z......
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JOHN SCOTT C January 10, 2017 10:20 pm UTC
Are there any plans to re-issue the Rising Sun supplement?
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Larry B September 15, 2017 9:35 pm UTC
Yes, we are currently working on a revised and expanded version. Watch our Facebook page for release updates.

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This title was added to our catalog on March 26, 2014.