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by F. Willis
Download Rules for the Conduct of the War-game 1884 (The War-game Library Supplements) fb2
  • Author:
    F. Willis
  • ISBN:
    0950895016
  • ISBN13:
    978-0950895017
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    Bill Leeson; Facsimile of 1884 e. edition (June 1985)
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Rules for the conduct of the war-game on a map. Anonymous. ISBN 13: 4444006333865. Two sets of rules for playing American Civil War games with miniatures have been combined into one publication called: Some Wore Blue and Some Wore Gray. These rules are being offered to miniature wargamers of all levels of experience, to other types of gamers and to the general public.

The game asks for at least 3 players, one acting as umpire, of a war scenario set previously by this same umpire

The game asks for at least 3 players, one acting as umpire, of a war scenario set previously by this same umpire. 3 sets of maps are used; one for every team with limited information and an overall one for the umpire with the position of both teams. The book includes the tables necessary to play as well as a scenario about an invasion of Bohemia. This is the Bill Leeson´s reprint of the English translation of von Tschischwitz game, originally published in 1862. The game asks for at least 3 players, one acting as umpire, of a war scenario set previously by this same umpire.

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The rules for the Scrottuckshire Campaign game are also exactly the same.

What is DIFFERENT about this "book" aside from the overlay of illustrations and color over the charts, are a wonderful collection of close-up color photographs of various vingettes of Foundry miniatures which provides, aside from an advertisement of their wares, really nice painting examples and a quick and imperical guide to colors, uniforms and details.

In 1896 the British Government published this paper which formalised the adoption of War-gaming in the Empire forces. The rules closely follow those created in 1812 by Reiswitz under the German name of Kriegsspiel. It further describes how those blocks move and how the umpires act as both judges and messengers.

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