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Blitz! is an Aircraft Pack expansion for the "Above the Clouds!"  air-combat miniature wargame rules.  Blitz! provides the aircraft performance displays (APDs) required for the epic aerial battles over France and the Battle of Britain.  

Blitz! includes the following 24 new APDs:

Great Britain

Fulmar Mk.I

Fulmar Mk.II

Hurricane Mk.I

Hurricane Mk.IIa

Spitfire Mk.I / Mk.II

Spitfire Mk.Ib / Mk.IIb












H-75A-2 & A-3 (Hawk)



M.167 (Maryland)







(Previously Released APDs also included here)



H.75A-1 (Hawk)




I hope you enjoy Blitz!, and please join us on the Above the Clouds support Yahoo Group by sending an e-mail to:


Gavin Tovrea

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Robert B September 15, 2018 8:46 pm UTC
I tried out of play test of these rules today I came club. One thing we notice right away is that the whole concept of power is not defined in the rules or really explained anywhere. Can you define that term and how it's used in your rules?
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Gavin T September 15, 2018 9:01 pm UTC
Actually, the effects of Power is shown on a chart on the combat card. Normal power allows an aircraft to add one speed as listed in the list of "Speed Changes." For High or Low power aircraft, the effects are summarized on the section titled "Power Ratings." Low power aircraft may only add power when they plotted a "Straight" maneuver. High power aircraft may add +2 power unless they are at Maximum speed, in which case they are limited to adding +1 power. There may be situations which reduce an aircraft's power rating (most notably when operating at higher altitudes), so the (Lower) section is to describe what happens to "Low Power" aircraft in these situations.
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Robert B September 16, 2018 12:12 am UTC
Understood. That concept should be explained in the rules themselves, because two of us, experienced games with 35+ years experience each, could not figure out the concept of power just from the combat card.

So, "power" permits a plane to increase speed by "1" each turn. A "low power" aircraft can only increase speed by "1" if using a "straight" maneuver. A "high power" aircraft can increase speed by "1" or "2" unless at maximum speed.

Is this all correct?
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Robert B September 16, 2018 12:14 am UTC
My suggestion is that all of the combat chart entries should be explained in detail in the main rules, so the chart can become a QRF for the rules. Having rules that just appear on the combat chart and not explained in the main rules is confusing.
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Gavin T September 16, 2018 4:33 am UTC
Yes, that is correct
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Gavin T September 16, 2018 4:34 am UTC
I completely understand and agree, I will work into the rulebook file when I get a chance. I just wanted to get the explanation out there as soon as possible.
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Stuart T August 26, 2017 5:11 pm UTC
Shouldn't this really have the HE-111 for battle of Britain?
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Gavin T August 27, 2017 5:50 am UTC
Actually, the He-111H was previously released under the "Fall Weiss" expansion, but yes I should have added it here too so there would be no-need to purchase both sets just to have the aircraft for the Battle of Britain and the Battle of France. I will be adding it shortly (along with the Ju-87B). Thank you for the feedback.
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