A&A 1940 Global National Objective Card Deck



  • A&A 1940 Global National Objective Card Deck

    From Young Grasshopper…

    Hello everyone,

    I had created a national objective card deck and provided it here, however… there were a few errors and the cards were misaligned. Therefore, with a little help from Stauffenberg …we are providing a new link to a card deck with the errors corrected and the cards aligned for easy cutting. Just want to say thanks to Stauffenberg, here is his post…

    From Stauffenberg…

    _Hey folks,

    after asking YG for his permission, I am offering his cards (without houserule cards) in a slightly modified version.

    They are still mainly YG’s work and he remains the author of them.

    I just changed the font to a mil stencil type. While doing so, I revised some of the headlines and texts, the latter mainly to fit into the box with the new font and also to “correct” minor things that differed from the rulebook. I also corrected the “Egypt-mistake” that YG pointed out on one of the Italian NOs.

    Last but not least, I rearranged the cards on the printing sheets so that they line up and are therefore a lot easier to cut out.

    To get regular sized cards, print both sheets onto DIN A3 or Ledger/Tabloid format paper.
    To get mini cards, print the sheets onto DIN A4 or Letter format paper.

    I had mine printed on heavy cardboard (300g/m) at a local copy shop, it is not necessary to laminate them if printed on such stiff cardboard.

    Here they are, enjoy:_
    https://www.mediafire.com/folder/73i177gnnkt29/A%26A

    _And many thanks to Young Grasshopper for providing these in the first place!!!

    Best wishes_



  • Thanks Yg  😄



  • @Rockety:

    Thanks Yg  😄

    Cheers!



  • Yes, thank you as well.  Very nicely done.  Printed and ready to go for our next game (which will be our first 1940 global game).  🙂



  • Hey folks,

    after asking YG for his permission, I am offering his cards (without houserule cards) in a slightly modified version.

    They are still mainly YG’s work and he remains the author of them.

    I just changed the font to a mil stencil type. While doing so, I revised some of the headlines and texts, the latter mainly to fit into the box with the new font and also to “correct” minor things that differed from the rulebook. I also corrected the “Egypt-mistake” that YG pointed out on one of the Italian NOs.

    Last but not least, I rearranged the cards on the printing sheets so that they line up and are therefore a lot easier to cut out.

    To get regular sized cards, print both sheets onto DIN A3 or Ledger/Tabloid format paper.
    To get mini cards, print the sheets onto DIN A4 or Letter format paper.

    I had mine printed on heavy cardboard (300g/m²) at a local copy shop, it is not necessary to laminate them if printed on such stiff cardboard.

    Here they are, enjoy:
    https://www.mediafire.com/folder/73i177gnnkt29/A%26A

    And many thanks to Young Grasshopper for providing these in the first place!!!

    Best wishes



  • Hi everyone,

    I would just like to add another idea for you to make these cards… usually these cardboard sheets can be printed on both sides.

    So if you would like to have a colored backside for the cards instead of just white, go ahead and choose a picture or pattern for the backside. As it is quite difficult to have individual pictures aligned for each card to be printed exactly on the same position on the backside, I just went ahead and used a camo pattern to print on the backside of the whole sheet. That way, all the cards are kind of randomly camo colored on the back which gives a nice touch to them without the trouble of alignment.

    I chose a WWII “Flecktarn” (mottled camo) pattern used by the Germans, which I found on Wikipedia:
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Flecktarn
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Flecktarn#/media/File:SS_Platanenmuster_Sommer.jpg

    You can of course use other camo patterns like US woodland:
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/US_Woodland

    Wikipedia and/or Google picture search are a good resource for high resolution files to use for this kind of application.

    I added an already edited file of that German Flecktarn ready to use to print on the backside.

    Best wishes!



  • i question for national objectives for german 5 cpi control caucasus but if italy control caucasus german get 5 cpi



  • @louprouge:

    i question for national objectives for german 5 cpi control caucasus but if italy control caucasus german get 5 cpi

    Correct.



  • other question transport can load unit when have sub in same sea zone ?can offload transport when have sub in sea zone? and when have only transport to ofload and enneny take scfanble transport is dead? thank sorry again for my whrite.



  • I just ordered a pack of these. Probably won’t arrive in time for Christmas but I’m still looking forward to giving them as a late gift.

    Thanks for all your great work, Young Grasshopper.


  • 2016

    @Defcon5:

    I just ordered a pack of these. Probably won’t arrive in time for Christmas but I’m still looking forward to giving them as a late gift.

    Thanks for all your great work, Young Grasshopper.

    Think it took 3 weeks to get mine, maybe?
    You’ll surely like them when ya get them, I know I did.

    Great work indeed, Young Grasshopper.


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