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We originally felt that we did not want to have Quick Reference Sheets (a.k.a. “Quick Play Sheets”) in our products, largely due page count issues. There was a balance between charging a higher price due to increased print costs that would follow their inclusion, and keeping a sensible price for the rules. Furthermore there was an issue regarding mismatches between the content of the sheets and the body of the rules. We had problems with this, and have seen the same in other rule sets. Having gone to a digital format, the print cost issue is resolved, but we are still wary now that we are venturing back into the realms of Print on Demand. Having discussed this at some length over the years we decided that we will be produce Quick Reference Sheets for all our products as they undergo revision. These will not be part of the rules you purchase on Wargame Vault, but will be available free to download here on our website. The following products are supported by QR Sheets: Action Stations 4th Edition - A4 - revised on 2 July 2014 Form Line of Battle 5th Edition - A4 or A3 are available Stations Manned and Ready II Edition 1.0 - A4 - 2 older sets of QR sheets for Ed.1.0 and 1.0B Stations Manned and Ready II Edition 1.1 - A4 - new QR Sheets from April 2016 Tsu Shima 2nd Edition - A4 Jutland 2nd Edition - A4 Iron and Fire 3rd Edition - A4 Salamis ad Actium - A4 Some products do not require QR sheets as there are relatively few tables to consult: Grand Fleet Actions in the Age of Sail A4 pages can be printed back to back to reduce the clutter on the table. A3 pages have been specifically designed so that when printing you should select “shrink...” or “fit to useable area”. This will then produce it on 2 sides of A4 in landscape format, which when folded gives you an A5 booklet. To access the Quick Reference Sheets navigate using the QRS Button and drop down menu at the top of the page. When using these, you must bear in mind that the body of text in the “rules as written” always prevails in the case of any difference between them and the QR Sheet. We hope that we do not make too many errors ! We welcome all feedback and suggestions about these sheets and their content. We feel that they should not restate the actual rules, and should not normally be bigger than 2 sides of A4 (though that could also mean 4 sides of A5 but in smaller print).
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