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Japanese Navy WW2 warship hex counters

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Love tabletop Word War 2 naval miniature warming, but can't afford the time or expense on miniatures?

Then grab a counters product to suit your needs.

This product contains counters the World War 2 era Japanese navy photographed from actual gaming miniatures.

Over 40 unique ship counters included on a handful of A4 sheets.

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September 30, 2018 5:03 pm UTC
Do these counters have the name of each individual ship?
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Martin R October 22, 2018 1:53 am UTC
A handful of the ships are individually named, but like most navies they had a number of classes with similar appearance. As the author of SeaLion Supremacy and creator of the models used for the counters told me, opposing forces may need to spend some effort identifying the individual named vessels, since silhouettes between ships will be similar at a distance. Counters have names for either the specific ship, or just the representative class name. A small white circle area on each counter allows you to number/letter them to uniquely identify the ship when in use. I've discussed with the creator of the ships about updating the counter books later where we provide extensive class ship name lists (although these can easily be found online), and the potential of rolling out complete individual counters for everyone on the class lists. Watch this space.
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June 13, 2019
This title was added to our catalog on July 24, 2014.