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China's Navy: Ships and Aircraft of the People's Republic of China, 1955 - 2021
China's Navy: Ships and Aircraft of the People's Republic of China, 1955 - 2021
by Admiralty Trilogy Group (2021)
Player Count
1 to 8

Player Ages
12+

Playing Time
2 hours, 30 minutes
Categories
  • Nautical
  • Wargame
  • Expansion for Base-game
  • Modern Warfare
  • Aviation / Flight
  • Designers
  • Larry Bond
  • Chris Carlson
  • Peter Grining
  • Mechanisms
  • Paper-and-Pencil
  • Simulation
  • Dice Rolling
  • Measurement Movement
  • Family
  • Harpoon Series
  • Country: China
  • Rating: 8/10 from 3 users

    Description

    China’s Navy lists the ships and aircraft used by the People’s Liberation Army Navy and Air Force and Chinese Coast Guard, in service between 1955 and the present day. It is designed as a sourcebook for Harpoon, fifth edition, but it can also be used as a general reference.

    In China’s Navy, we don't pay as much attention to dimensions and propulsion plants, but do provide the game-related data you need, i.e., damage points, combat system ratings, and so on, along with ships’ sensors and weapons.

    Organized as a collection of annexes, Annexes A and B provide statistics on ships and aircraft respectively as first built, and any modifications over time, sometimes many times. Annexes C and on give detailed weapons and sensors characteristics, including guns, missiles, antisubmarine weapons, torpedoes, mines, airborne ordnance, radars, sonars, and data links, with all the information needed to use them in a Harpoon scenario.

    The book also provides information on land-based surface-to-air missiles and coastal defense missiles and their battery organization. Supplemental annexes list ship classifications and factors used to convert weapons and sensor information into game data.

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