The Too Fat Lardies boys behind Chain of Command have been pretty active publishing additional lists for Chain of Command, but they also encourage people to write their own for obscure forces or scenarios.
Chain of Command doesn’t use points, each core platoon has a force level rating that allows you to balance opposing forces without using a calculator. If you’re putting a force together from scratch or modifying a published one you can use the Official CoCulator to work out the force rating.
For example, if I wanted to field an understrength platoon of my Panzergrenadiers with only two sections it would be rated:
- Senior Leader + SMG = 10pts
- Panzerschreck = 6pts
- 2x Sections at 30pts ea (JL+SMG = 7pts, 2xLMG = 16pts, 5x rifleman = 5pts, 2x Panzerfaust = 2pts)
For a total of 76pts for regular or 101pts for elite. That’s -2 and +2 respectively.
As of October 2014 the released official lists are:
- Late War German Fallschirmjager
- Late War German Panzergrenadiers
- Late War German infantry
- Early War German infantry (1939)
- Early War German infantry (1940)
- German Afrika Korp schutzen
- Barbarossa German infantry (1941)
British and Empire
- Late War British and Empire infantry
- Late War British and Empire motor infantry
- Late War British Paras
- Early War British infantry (1940)
- British and Empire North Africa (1940-41)
- British and Empire Far East (1941-42)
- US infantry
- US armored rifle
- US airborne
- Late War Soviet infantry
- Late War Soviet tank riders
- Winter War Soviet infantry
- Barbarossa Soviet infantry
- Spanish Civil War (13 lists, covering both sides and loads of special rules!)
- Japanese infantry (1941-42)
(Any which aren’t links are in the main Chain of Command rulebook, which you should go buy!)
Some pretty obvious missing lists include US Marines and late war Japanese for Pacific fights. Hopefully these and plenty more are coming soon!