Pathways Through the Pacific! Sourcebook Download

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Re: Pathways Through the Pacific! Sourcebook Download

Postby Grant » Mon Jun 07, 2010 1:42 am

Never said they did Cyagen :mrgreen: And by "People kill people" You mean people get themselves killed by annoying other people right?

*revolver clicks empty. Instead of reloading, Grant cocks thompson. Laughs maniacally while emptying 50 round drum in Thom's direction*.

Lol, on a more serious note, my next actual update would be a zeppelin sourcebook using Yahzuk's rules...although that got sidetracked a little.

Following that would probably be either a Finland/Sweden and White Russian tour (observing USSR's opponents), or the like. Phillipines is actually about #4 on the list.

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Re: Pathways Through the Pacific! Sourcebook Download

Postby Thom » Mon Jun 07, 2010 3:57 am

Sweeeeet!


. . . .

Is it done yet?
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Re: Pathways Through the Pacific! Sourcebook Download

Postby Cyagen » Mon Jun 07, 2010 8:03 am

A friend of mine once wrote: "An armed population is a polite one. You do not go anoying your neighbourg when you know he has an AK-47."

You know I'm a gun control fan Grant (I'm a lawyer, less guns more lawsuits, more money for me), but this is a strong argument against it. :)
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Re: Pathways Through the Pacific! Sourcebook Download

Postby FF5 MadMaxX » Sun Mar 24, 2013 9:15 am

Hey Grant,
Yesterday I browsed in your sourcebook (which has a really cool backstory) especially japan.
And I am just wondering if you will update the planes and rules for Z&B?

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Re: Pathways Through the Pacific! Sourcebook Download

Postby Thom » Sun Mar 24, 2013 6:18 pm

Good catch MadMaxX!
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Re: Pathways Through the Pacific! Sourcebook Download

Postby NickHNASB » Mon Feb 22, 2016 5:42 pm

Great work!

I'm just skimming it at the moment for inspiration to do more 3D printable aircraft models.
So far from the text:
    PanAm Clipper (the 314A I assume, too big, will need to be scaled down somehow)
    P2 Warhawk (core rulebook)
    Chance-Vought F4 Corsair (the Ww2 fighter?)
    Hughes Firebrand (core rulebook)
    A5 Mitsubishi (the Claude? = done it)
    Nakajima 2B5N2 (the G5N2? if so it's rather big, NO it's the B5N 'Kate')
    Swordfish (the WW2 biplane?)
    Balmoral bomber (FASA source book?)
    DH-9 Hornet (FASA source book?)
    Blackburn Roc (the WW2 aircraft?)
    Fairey Albacore (WW2?)
    J7 Shinden (done it)
    Phantasm fighter (?)
    Sopwith Camel
    Hughes Devastator (core rulebook)
    Moraine-Saulnier MS-382 Tornado (spelling!)
    SIPA M112 M224 (?)
    Potez-Sanderson 540
    Skewer (Blackburn Skua?)
    DH Mosquito (WW2)
    J2 Fury (core rulebook)
    Grumman Avenger (WW2?)
    Ki-45 (Kawasaki Ki-45 Toryu 'Nick" ?)

There's a few I missed in the aircraft list at the back.
A 'baby' B17 (to make it cost effective to print)
SIPA M224 (nice 3-view, looks like it's been mashed up from a real MS fighter)
Grumman Goose
North American Aviation A4, F5 & F7 (Mustangs)


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