On November 30th in Panzer Grenadier:
Arctic Front Deluxe #1 - Finnish RivieraArctic Front #1 - Cavalry Screen
Invasion of Germany #50 - At What Cost?Lions of Finland #1 - Cavalry Screen
Red Warriors #14 - Feldwebel SchafferRed Warriors #15 - Struggle for Urdom
Red Warriors #16 - Rear EchelonSouth Africa's War #15 - Applying Ginger
Siegfried Line #10 - At What Cost?Tank Battles #14 - Operation MARS #2: Feldwebel Schaffer
Tank Battles #15 - Operation MARS #3: The Struggle for UrdomTank Battles #19 - Operation MARS #7: Grediakino IV: Persistence
Tank Battles #21 - Operation MARS # 9: Hell's Fury ITank Battles #22 - Operation MARS Scenario # 10: Hell's Fury II
Tank Battles #23 - Operation MARS Scenario # 11: Hell's Fury III

PG-HQ Annotated Rules

Clarifications are an inescapable part of the cardboard wargamer's life and Panzer Grenadier players are no exception. Panzer Grenadier Headquarters tracks and collects all clarifications so you don't have to.

Released in 2006, the 3rd Edition drove the Panzer Grenadier series into the mainstream. Though universally regarded as a major improvement over 2nd Edition, through the years a great many clarifications and tweaks were made.

Released in 2014 and initially conceived as a clarification of the 3rd Edition, the 4th Edition became the repository of several changes to assault combat, terrain effects and line of sight which, depending on your viewpoint, can be a step forward or backward.

Many of the more revolutionary changes were consigned to the optional rules which form a bridge of sorts to PG: Modern.