Incredible Victory Errata 1.0 & 2.0 Creative lettering on the strategic map does not allow the invasion force to enter at 3Q. 2.71, PAGE 4, delete the first sentence. The second sentence only applies to the GAME REFERENCE CARD. The rest of rule 2.7 applied to the COMBAT TALES/CRITICAL HIT TABLES card. All references to hit records should refer to "sets" and permission is granted to photocopy hit record sheets for future games. All contents of this game are (C) Quarterdeck Games. pg. 9, 9.1 The second sentence should read: The high roll has "air initiative" for this game turn and is termed the "phasing player". pg. 10, 9.1 The first sentence should read: "The other side is the "non-phasing player" for the balance of the Air Strike Phase". pg. 17, 14.363 The Japanese and US Handicap schedules should both reflect -20 for Variant #1. The Japanese air operation cards have the CVL's Hosho and Zuiho missing some arrows. On the strategic map North is up on row A. Counter Corrections: The Japanese variant CA's referred to in 14.35-2,3, and 5 are: 10-2 Maya: 10-2 Takao; 9-2 Kako (not "Kaka"); 9-2 Aoba The Invasion Force 0-1 AV is Kimikawa Maru rather than just Kamikawa. Counter Notes: Some counter sheets have been printed with the Enterprise Dauntless squadron designations (2.2a) missing. They are: (VB-1D, 2D, 2D) (VS-1SD, 1SD, 1SD, 2D). Compare with Hornet or Yorktown. Hit Record Corrections: There are seven errors in which the factors given on ship counters do not agree with the factors shown for them on the Hit Record Sheets. In all cases, use the factors as printed on the counters. Correct the Hit Record Sheets as follows: Combat Tables (Hit Table DRMs) Clarifications: +1:D&T planes vs ships applies to Dplanes and/or T planes, not just in the case of a combined attack by both planes - 1: Day B&D plane air attacks in clouds applies to B planes and/or D planes, not Just in the case of a combined attack by both types.
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