BRITAIN STANDS ALONE ERRATA|
JULY 2, 1997
Items marked with an asterisk (*) are additions to the previous version of the errata, first issued in December 1994.
COUNTERS (Clarification): German airborne regiments are always one-step units, even when on their 2-2-4 sides.
OFF-MAP DISPLAY (Clarification): Scapa Flow is a port on both the Cape Wrath and Shetlands sea zones.
8.4 BOMBING COMBAT
(Clarification): There is no limit to the number of times that a single unit, installation or land unit can be bombed in a single turn. Multiple missions can be launched against any target in the same turn.
(Addition): Neither side may bomb the other's off-map units or installations.
8.8 SPITFIRE PILOT LOSSES
(Clarification): The maximum number of Spitfire points in play can only down; it can never go up during the course of the game.
(Correction): Ignore the reference to "Hurricane points" in the Design Note; during the course of development, Hawker Hurricanes were combined with Spitfires to produce a single type of British single-engined fighter point.
(Addition): German motorboats do not need to be escorted.
13.2 AUXILIARY UNITS AND BRANDENBURGERS
(Correction): The die roll modifiers for resolving auxiliary unit attacks given in the rules are correct; ignore those on the Auxiliary Unit and Brandenburger Table.
(Play Suggestion): There is no "x10" counter for British auxiliary points. Players should keep the one marker on the "x1" line of the Record Track, keeping it inverted when there are ten to fifteen points are available. The number of points available is thus the number occupied by the marker, plus ten. When the British player is down to nine auxiliary points, he turns the marker right side up for the rest of the game.
13.3 BRITISH NATIONAL LEADERS
(Clarification): Winston Churchill's leg movement allowance is 5, and his motorized movement allowance is 8. He cannot move in the motorized movement phase.
15.1 VICTORY POINT SCHEDULE
(Clarification): German "Other Victory Points" can be driven below zero by British strategic bombing.