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Command Combat: Civil War - The Battle of Blackburn's Ford scenario

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Fight the Battle of Blackburn's Ford in this introductory scenario for Command Combat: Civil War, the unique and easy to use system where you take on the role of a Civil War general.  Each commander has special rules based on his leadership style during the battle being fought.

In the Battle of Blackburn's Ford, McDowell's two divisions are probing for weaknesses across Bull Run Creek just south of where he will ultimately cross and fight the first major battle of the Civil War.  Waiting for him are two Confederate divisions preparing for their first fight.

No need to download core rules, or even to buy miniatures.  Everything you need is in this book.  Just download it, print, and play!

To read more about this series, go to:

www.commandcombat.com

 
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November 08, 2013
This title was added to our catalog on April 25, 2012.