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Last Updated 20 September 2018
Phil and Mike have been busy reviewing all of the questions that have popped up on the Facebook Group and put together an FAQ.This latest update includes a number of recent questions from the community
We will continue to periodically update the FAQ based on your feedback.
Operation Hastings took place in late July 1966 in the Song Ngan River Valley. Over the course of three weeks Marine forces would fight a series of close-quarter battles against a stubborn and fanatical enemy, intent on closing with the Marine forces to completely overrun them.
Because of the timing of this week’s article and the actual events of Operation Hastings we’ve decided to hold a sale on part of the ‘Nam range! We are giving 25% off the entire US Marine range, as well as the ARVN range (excludes the Unit Card Packs) for the month of August. Now is a great time to begin building a US Marine or ARVN force, so take advantage of the sale and begin building your army now!
The Operation Hastings Sale has now finished but keep an eye on the website for future sales. Don’t forget that we are also running a launch sale over on the Fate Of A Nation website where you can pick up some great new releases!
It can be hard work making your way through the steamy jungles of Vietnam so if you are looking for something different you can check out what the Breakthrough Assault team have been up to. Four members of the team have decided to start building their own Fate Of A Nation armies with a Tale Of Gamers challenge with a difference.
A Tale of Gamers is organised between a group of friends and the aim is to finish a project over an agreed amount of time. By adding a timeline to their challenge this means there needs to be rules… and consequences. The consequences are how you incentivise yourself to not fall behind whilst applying the punishments to your friends (or foes!) can be almost as rewarding as finishing the army itself.
If you like their idea then you can either challenge your friends to do the same thing (either with ‘Nam or Fate Of A Nation) and share your results in our Facebook Group. We have our 25% Discount Launch Sale going if you want join in the fun, or if you just want to take advantage of the sale to pick up some T-55, PT-76, M48, Centurion or M113s at a good price!
Operation Buffalo began on July 2nd and it inflicted the most amount of casualties on a single Marine Rifle Company of any operation carried out in Vietnam. What started out as straight forward turned into an absolute meat grinder for both sides. Alan Graham talks all about Operation Buffalo in an article here.
Because of the timing of Alan’s article and the actual events of Operation Buffalo we’ve decided to hold a sale on part of the ‘Nam range! We are giving 25% off the entire North Vietnamese Regular Army Infantry range (excludes the Unit Card Pack and Local Forces) for the rest of the month. If you’ve been eyeing up an NVA unit that you’ve always wanted or are even looking to start a new army then this a great opportunity to take advantage of.
Don’t forget that we are also running a launch sale over on the Fate Of A Nation website where you can pick up some great new releases!
Dane over at No Dice, No Glory has written a battlereport on a game he had using ‘Nam. This was his second game using the book and this time he opted to play the mission Up River. He faced off against Paul and his Local Forces in a 65 point game. Will the Riverine Forces come out on top or will the Local Forces overwhelm them? Check out the full article see how the battle went.