Quick Find
     Sister sites
    See our Quickstart Guide for information on how to get started.

    Having Problems?
    • FAQ - our Frequently Asked Questions page.
    • Device Help - assistance for viewing your purchases on a tablet device.
    • Contact us if none of these answer your questions.

    Affiliate System - Click here for information about how you can get money by referring people to !

    Our Latest Newsletter
    Product Reviews
    Privacy Policy
    How to Sell on
    Convention Support Program

    RSS Feed New Product RSS Feed
    Battlescenes: Operation Bookbinder $1.00
    Average Rating:4.5 / 5
    Ratings Reviews Total
    2 1
    1 2
    0 0
    0 0
    0 0
    Battlescenes: Operation Bookbinder
    Click to view
    You must be logged in to rate this
    Battlescenes: Operation Bookbinder
    Publisher: Vigilance Press
    by William W. [Featured Reviewer]
    Date Added: 03/12/2012 10:22:31

    A great battlescene in the Amazing Stories of World War II series. This one features an encounter with the giant Mega-Desumasuku and the power armored Sons of Desumasuku, both of which would make great recurring villains in a WWII-based supers RPG.

    [4 of 5 Stars!]
    Battlescenes: Operation Bookbinder
    Publisher: Vigilance Press
    by Justin P. [Featured Reviewer]
    Date Added: 12/08/2010 17:34:17

    This is the first Battlescene I've run and both myself and my players had a very good time with it. Taking place right after the decisive Battle of Midway, Operation Bookbinder sets the stage for retaliation by Japanese super-soldiers. There are two ways to play this out, one using a giant death robot (complete with mini death robots) and one against the Japanese super team, Shinjuwan Juunigatsu (found in Pearl Harbor December: Villains of WWII). I chose to run this against the giant death robot and the flavor for the encounter was perfect. The characters start out as transfers to the USS Enterprise after a message is intercepted which tells of an impending Japanese attack against the ship. The Enterprise had been positioned to look like she was in distress in hopes of luring the attack to the waiting American heroes...

    My players chose Old Glory, Captain Miracle, Marauder and Minuteman to take on this Battlescene and they were pushed to their limits trying to handle the scenario. In the end they were victorious but it was down to the wire and required some very quick thinking.

    If you are looking for something that really adds flavor to the Vigilance Force setting and provides your players with a difficult challenge that is not easily solved by beating up the bad guy, then I highly recommend Battlescenes: Operation Bookbinder.

    Vigilance Press nets a 5/5 rating for this scenario. Even though it's short, it's a well designed encounter that directly adds to the flavor of the setting no matter which antagonist you use when you run it.

    [5 of 5 Stars!]
    Battlescenes: Operation Bookbinder
    Publisher: Vigilance Press
    by Thomas B. [Featured Reviewer]
    Date Added: 11/06/2010 02:49:43

    The third Battlescenes offering from Vigilance Press is a departure from the first two, featuring the PCs versus your choice between Pearl Harbor December or giant Japanese robots.

    It's a straight forward set-up, with the PCs being part of an operation to lure the Japanese into a trap...and, as mentioned, you either get PCs vs Pearl Harbor December or a giant robot and soldiers in power suits.

    This is probably closer to what Vigilance Press intended with the Battlescenes, as it really is just a big combat scene (on an aircraft carrier in this case), but it does suffer compared to the detail of the previous two (especially when the first one could be easily transplanted outside of World War II).

    Still a cool purchase, especially for the giant robot stats and the vehicles included in the PDF.

    [4 of 5 Stars!]
    Displaying 1 to 3 (of 3 reviews) Result Pages:  1 
    0 items