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Look, Sarge, No Charts: World War II


Look, Sarge, No Charts: WWII is the first rule set to feature the Look, Sarge, No Charts!TM rule system. Look, Sarge, No Charts: WWII features dynamic mechanics that allow the players to fight the battle, not the rules. Players command up to a battalion. In these rules reconnaissance is important, infantry matters, maneuvering large formations can be difficult, and “realism” is gained through simple mechanics that stress the players’ decision making. Do not assume, however, that this means that Look, Sarge, No Charts: WWII is a bag-full-of-dice and “sixes hit” system. Five years have gone into the systems in this booklet. When you play Look, Sarge, No Charts: WWII, you will be challenged and excited.

… And best of all, there are no charts cards to detract from the fun, clutter the aesthetics of your table, or slow down the game.

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John S August 03, 2020 10:51 am UTC
John, there are a couple of scenarios among the free supplements ( In general, however, I felt that there are so many good scenario books already out there, that I didn't have anything new to offer. I recommend the excellent Skirmish Campaigns books by Scott Fisher and Nathan Forney. There is a supplement you can download for converting the skirmish campaigns stats for use in Combat Patrol.
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John B August 02, 2020 3:46 pm UTC
Buck, are there any scenarios for this? I was just about ready to play and realized I didn't see any scenarios in the rule book, and the web page for the game didn't have any that I saw.
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