Operational Turning Points: Death to Mercenaries

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Operational Turning Points: Death to Mercenaries
Product information
Type Scenario Pack
Development Herbert A. Beas II
Ben H. Rome (Project Development)
Primary writing Jason Schmetzer
Ben H. Rome (Editing)
Pages 32
Cover artwork Matt Heerdt (Design & Layout)
Interior artwork Jason Vargas (Evolved Faction Logos Design)
Ray Arrastia (Portraits and Unit Logos)
Øystein Tvedten (Operational Maps)
David L. McCulloch (Record Sheets)
Publication information
Publisher Catalyst Game Labs
Product code 35TP003
First published November 17th, 2010
MSRP 7,99$
Era Succession Wars era
Series Chaos Campaign Products
Preceded by Operational Turning Points: The Red Corsair
Followed by Operational Turning Points: Falcon Incursion


The second of the Operational Turning Points, which provide a scenario book based on the Chaos Campaign Warchest system. This is a PDF web-exclusive product produced by Catalyst Game Labs.

From the back cover[edit]

During the Fourth Succession War, the fiercest fighting lay along the contentious Draconis March, pitting the elite DCMS not against the forces of the Federated Suns, but against a singular mercenary enemy: Wolf’s Dragoons. The firestorm that erupted on Misery fanned the hatred of Coordinator Takashi Kurita, who gave his now-famous “Death to Mercenaries!” edict and directed nearly the entire might of the Galedon Military District against the three worlds garrisoned by the Dragoons.

Operational Turning Points: Death to Mercenaries picks up where HTP: Misery leaves off, opening up the battle for players to join in the fight using the successful Turning Points PDF exclusive format. Return to one of the defining moments of Dragoon lore as they held the line against the honorable samurai of the Dragon.

This campaign series uses the Chaos Campaign rules and gives players the option of fighting individual Missions and Touchpoints, following a campaign arc, and inserting it into their own campaigns. This PDF exclusive includes detailed information on the worlds involved, a rundown of the forces involved in the conflict, an overview of the historical campaign, and several tools and tracks that players can use to run historical characters and battles from this time period. Only the players’ imaginations are the limits.



Unlike other sourcebooks, Operational Turning Points: Death to Mercenaries lacks an explicit table of contents. The list shown here was assembled from page headings.