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Iron Cross

by Steve Jackson Games

Category: Role Playing Games
Genre: RPG - GURPS, RPG - Historical
Product Line: GURPS (1st-3rd Edition) - World War II
Author: Gene Seabolt
Publish Date: 2002
Pages: 128
Dimensions: 8.5x11x.4"
Restockable: No
Condition: NM-     » Other conditions available
NKG part # Mfg. part # Type Condition
2148149990 SJG8003 Softcover NM-

The Reich Arising! Explore the dark heart and soul of Nazi Germany, from its seemingly unstoppable beginnings to its fiery end, in GURPS WWII: Iron Cross! Inside, you'll find details on: The war as the Germans saw it, from the glory of Poland to the grim rubble of Berlin. The Wehrmacht - perhaps the finest fighting force of WWII. Creating and customizing German characters from all walks of life. Weapons, from pistols to massive rockets, found nowhere else. Daily life inside the Reich. Tips on campaigns from the brutally realistic to cinematic gadgeteers developing Nazi flying saucers. All this and more awaits for those with the courage to peer inside the evil that Hitler created. The Panzers Are On the Move! GURPS WWII or GURPS Basic Set, Third Edition Revised, are required to use this supplement in a GURPS campaign. GURPS Compendium I, Compendium II, High-Tech, and Vehicles can provide further detail and campaign options.

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