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The American Civil War - A Rank and File Supplement

eBook (PDF), 52 Pages
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The American Civil War supplement for Rank & File includes a historical background to the war as well as game aids that can be used with any rules system. Almost 1000 leader ratings for both sides of the conflict and army lists that are broken down by theatre and year allow players to design their own scenarios, create balanced forces for pick up games or calculate troop quality and strength for historical battles. This supplement adds a further level of detail to the command and control aspect of Rank & File with a comprehensive order system that takes account of leader ratings, orders issued, distances and staff quality. Optional army morale rules allow large or small games to be played to a definite conclusion within an evening. This allows players to game larger conflicts with all of the problems and uncertainty of command that was a factor in so many ACW battles. A copy of the Rank & File rules are required to gain the most from this supplement.
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Product Details

Publisher
Crusader Publishing
Published
May 30, 2014
Language
English
Pages
52
File Format
PDF
File Size
7.58 MB

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PDF
Required Software Any PDF Reader, Apple Preview
Supported Devices Windows PC/PocketPC, Mac OS, Linux OS, Apple iPhone/iPod Touch... (See More)
# of Devices Unlimited
Flowing Text / Pages Pages
Printable? Yes
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