13 Dec 2010
The front of the new edition of War on Terror, released Dec 2010 (<a href="http://www.terrorbullgames.co.uk/imgs/blog/WOT-E2-boxfront-hires.png">Hi-res version</a>)
The back of the new edition of War on Terror, released Dec 2010
The new edition board, with a four-way construction, a new Venezuela-to-Cuba sea route and some basic game info
The new indigenous terrorist oil counters indicate a terrorist column is always present in that country
"It's Your Birthday" has been supplanted by a new joke card. (With apologies to <a href="http://whythatsdelightful.wordpress.com/">Graham Linehan</a>).
This replaces the rather "gamey" 'Terrorist Movement' card in E1.
There's one of these in the terrorist deck too. Yes, terrorists can request foreign aid.
Is it just me, or do you think of those 'wet 'n' wild' theme parks every time "waterboarding" is mentioned?
"Yeh, don't mess with us, or my imaginary body guard will smite you. What's that? He's your imaginary body guard too?" Yeh, this one's already got us in trouble...
There are now three flavours of "war": Regular, Madman and Total.
They are actual, real world "strategies".
This is a great card. A seriously great card. We've had the game derailed for about 20 minutes of arguing from this card being played. (In a good way)
It's about time Jihad made an appearance in the game.
There was a day when negotiation was a delicate and private affair. Now it's just a war of spin vs counter-spin, with neither side being particularly genuine or even interested in an outcome.