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BFP 3: Blood and Jungle
Blood and Jungle sends players into the Pacific Theater of Operations, fighting through jungles, swamps, kunai and other treacherous terrain. For all of you who have been longing for some great, new PTO ASL action, Blood and Jungle was made for you! And if you've put off playing PTO, now is your chance to dive in headfirst and experience some of the best we've produced to date.
The size of this product is unprecedented by any other module, magazine, or scenario pack. This has been under development for over 8 years, and the scenarios - yes, all 47 of them - have been thoroughly playtested. There is a wide variety of actions from all over the PTO including the wood-covered hills and plains of China, the jungles and villages of Burma, Borneo and the Philippines, the bloody beaches of Tarawa.and many other locations throughout southeast Asia and the Pacific.
Blood and Jungle includes the following:
- 47 Action-Packed Scenarios.
- 4 full sheets of counters, depicting more units, weapons, vehicles, and planes that are depicted in the scenarios.
- The first ever double-wide 16"x22" geomorphic mapboard. This map represents a large urban area, made up of buildings and huts. (BFP DW-1) This is actually printed in two 8"x22" sections on heavy card stock.
- One 8"x22" geomorphic mapboard, printed on heavy card stock, depicting a port village on a river. (BFP G)
- Huge magazine with articles on tactics, histories, units, countries, tank hunters, etc.
- Rules pages describing new terrain counters, vehicle listings/notes, and special units.
- A divider card with new unit capabilities and terrain counter notes.
Ownership of the following Advanced Squad Leader© components are required to play all 47 of the included scenarios: Nationalities - Americans, Japanese, British, French, Russians, Chinese, Allied Minors, and Axis Minors; Boards - 2, 7, 10-12, 14-18, 22, 25, 32-40, 42-43, 47-51, b, d, u, v, and BRT.
Ownership of the Bounding Fire Production© board BFP B is also required for scenario BFP-26.
|Location||Date||Participants (BFP Boards)|
|Harbin, Manchuria||4 Feb 32||Japanese att. Chinese (BFP B)|
|Shanghai, China||5 Feb 32||Japanese att. Chinese (DW-1)|
|Wanping, China||9 Jul 37||Chinese att. Japanese|
|Shanghai, China||22 Aug 3||Chinese att. Japanese (DW-1 and BFP G)|
|Near Liuhe, China||25 Aug 37||Japanese att. Chinese|
|Shanghai, China||29 Oct 37||Japanese att. Chinese (BFP G)|
|Near Nanyaun, China||28 Jul 38||Japanese att. Chinese|
|Near Chiu Tiang, China||18 Dec 39||Chinese att. Japanese|
|Shanxi Province, China||3 Sep 40||CCP att. Japanese|
|Mai Phu, French Indochina||24 Sep 40||Japanese att. French|
|Near Maolin, China||7 Jan 41||Chinese att. CCP|
|Yeang Dang, Indochina||16 Jan 41||French att. Thais (DW-1)|
|Near Maladang, P.I.||1 Jan 42||Japanese att. P.A.|
|Manado, NEI||11 Jan 42||Japanese att. KNIL|
|Kakas, NEI||11 Jan 42||Japanese att. KNIL|
|Morong, P.I.||16 Jan 42||U.S./Japanese|
|Bukit Timah, Singapore||10 Feb 42||Japanese att. Australians|
|Near Palembang, NEI||14 Feb 42||Japanese att. KNIL/British|
|Near Babau, NEI||20 Feb 42||Japanese att. Australian/KNIL|
|Near Schwedaung, Burma||29 Mar 42||Indian att. BIA|
|Kengtung, Burma||26 May 42||Thais att. Chinese (DW-1a)|
|Tetemara, New Georgia||1 Jul 43||USMC att. Japanese|
|Lambetti, New Georgia||26 Jul 43||U.S. att. Japanese|
|Tarawa||22 Nov 43||USMC/Japanese (BRT Map)|
|Kwajalien, Marshalls||1 Feb 44||U.S. att. Japanese|
|Kwajalein, Marshalls||2 Feb 44||U.S. att. Japanese|
|Tingkrung Hka Trail, Burma||15 Mar 44||U.S./Kachins att. Japanese|
|Tamu, India||22 Mar 44||British att. Japanese|
|Near Tengnoupal, Burma||8 Apr 44||Japanese/INA att. Indian|
|Mokmer, Biak||15 Jun 44||Japanese att. U.S.|
|Tinian, Marianas||24 Jul 44||USMC att. Japanese|
|San Pablo, P.I.||6 Dec 44||Japanese att. U.S.|
|San Manuel, P.I.||24 Jan 45||U.S. att. Japanese|
|Near Lupoa, P.I.||3 Feb 45||U.S. att. Japanese|
|Manila, P.I.||28 Feb 45||U.S. att. Japanese (DW-1)|
|Near Mt. Popa, Burma||3 Apr 45||Indian att. INA|
|Tarakan Hill, Tarakan||4 May 45||Australians att. Japanese|
|Near Shuri, Okinawa||11 May 45||USMC att. Japanese|
|Woodpecker Ridge, P.I.||21 May 45||U.S. att. Japanese|
|Labuan||21 Jun 45||Australians att. Japanese|
|Klandasan, Balikpapan||1 Jul 45||Australians att. Japanese|
|Coke Hill, Balikpapan||9 Jul 45||Australians att. Japanese|
|Fuchin, Manchuria||11 Aug 45||Russians att. Japanese|
|Fuchin, Manchuria||13 Aug 45||Russians att. Japanese (DW-1)|
|Near Mutanchian, Manch.||14 Aug 45||Russians att. Japanese|
|Surabaya, Indonesia||10 Nov 45||Indian att. IRA (DW-1)|
|Java||21 Jul 47||KNIL att. IRA (BFP G)|