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It seems like there are different kinds of armies you can take in each country and thats cool but my question is, are there any rumours about adding Japan into the mix? and if thats the case, any rumours on U.S. Marines?

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No rumours. Widely believed there might be something in a few years, but otherwise no. Late war seems to be the next big project (although there may be an early war book in there too...hmmm).

There are some unofficial lists available for the Japanese and Marines IIRC, but you would have to ask at the proper FoW forum for that, I don't remember who has them or where.
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unlike the official GW forum the people that produce FOW are more then happy to answer any and all questions they are the exact opposite of GW

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Fresh-Faced New User

To be fair the FoW forum crowd can be a tad catty when people ask "the same old questions". Partly justified but also anti-newbie.
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Madrak Ironhide

I also see the fow crowd argue a lot about powergaming vs. historical gaming.

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