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Strategy & Tactics Issue - 304 - The American Revolution in the South

Strategy & Tactics Issue - 304 - The American Revolution in the South
Title The American Revolution in the South
Subtitle The Battles for North & South Carolina, 1776-81
Issue 304
Has Game Yes
MSRP $34.99
Publisher Decision Games
PubDate
Game Name The American Revolution in the South
Editor Kyle Lockwood
Designer Eric R. Harvey
Designer William Nester
Artist Trevor Holman
Artist Joe Youst
Solitaire No
Players 2
Complexity Intermediate-High
ISBN 009281030058
UPC 009281030058
Scale Operational
Product Code ST304
Distribution Date 2017-03-01
Strategy & Tactics Issue - 304 - The American Revolution in the South The American Revolution in the South

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Description: This game uses the same core rules as Ticonderoga (Issue #277). Where there are any conflicts in the two rule sets, the rules from this game should take precedence.

The American Revolution in the South is a single map game that simulates historic campaigns in North and South Carolina during the American Revolutionary Wra (from 1776 to 1981). The game system emphasizes the importance of individual leaders, and especially historical leaders from the time period, and highlights the relative skills, circumstances and luck that could vary considerably, often within short periods of time. Throughout the game, leader skill will be tested as their units maneuver and fight. Every leader has the capacity to prove himself as either inept, capable, or in some case exceptional during various incidents throughout the game.

The game includes the map an charts necessary for play as well as a single counter sheet of 280 units an markers. All mechanisms use a 10-sided or 6-sided die, which players must provide for themselves.


Item created by: gdm on 2017-03-02 12:41:36. Last edited by gdm on 2017-03-02 12:47:07

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