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Blood Red Skies


Blood Red Skies

Blood Red Skies is the new World War II mass air combat game from Warlord Games, written by renowned game… Read More

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Blood Red Skies is the new World War II mass air combat game from Warlord Games, written by renowned game developer Andy Chambers.

Packed with everything you need to play this fast paced air combat game, the Blood Red Skies starter set does what it says on the tin. Plus once started you'll have the extra rules to introduce the play cards that really bring your fighter aircraft to life, allowing you to fly them just as they would have been by the Ace's of WW2!

Blood Red Skies starter set includes:

  • 12 coloured plastic fighter aircraft
  • 12 clear plastic advantage flying bases
  • 10 combat dice
  • 12 Pilot Skill level discs
  • 3 Gaming booklets: Rules, Expanded rules, Scenarios
  • 45 cards to use in game
  • 38 markers to use in game
  • A set of tools: a movement template, rangefinder and navigation calliper
  • 6 Clouds / Air defence balloons clusters
  • 3 Blenheim IV / Dornier Do17 Z2 bombers
  • 2 Quick Reference sheets.

Models supplied unassembled and unpainted


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