Hello Bluedevil. Thanks a lot for getting my new game set! Besides, you got the real Blue Devil airplane in it, isn't it? The great Hanriot HD.1 with Coppen's elegant blue scheme.
The blisters will be of 70 cards each. Standard size. People asks for previously released decks and
for new ones. The first ones to be able to fight with more than anaircraft of the same model on the same side without buying another set, or to depict duels as a Sopwith Triplane against a Dr.I (they use the same deck); the latter to increase the choice of models.
Gothas, Capronis and other multi-engine large bomers are in our mind, but we will probably have to make them on larger cards.
For the moment the plan is something like that:
WoW - Recce patrol
(working title - suggestions welcome): probably due for fall 2005. Blister of 70 cards with the D maneuver deck (Dr.I and Sopwith Triplane), the K maneuver deck (several two seaters of different nationalities) and the A & B firing airplanes that use them. Compatible with all the three sets.
WoW - Top fighters
(working title - suggestions welcome): probably due for fall 2005. Blister of 70 cards with the L maneuver deck (Fokker D.VII), the M maneuver deck (Sopwith Snipe, maybe SS D.III & SS D.IV) and the A firing airplanes that use them. Compatible with the FA and BD sets (you need an A damage deck and there is none in WyB!).
So you'll have 1 old deck (the most useful and asked for since it features two very popular airplanes of opposite sides) and 3 new ones.
You'll also find new airplane color schemes, so for example you will able to fly the Red Baron with his brother. If you'll buy a blister, you'll be able to play in six with just one box of the game (or in 4 with Burning Drachens, that's actually a 1/2 players set). You should also be able to find Belgian, French, German, Rumenian, Italian two seaters: so every nation will have at leas one of them (now you just have Austrian, British and American ones).
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Bye and thanks!