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A Formidable Enemy

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A Formidable Enemy is a fast-paced skirmish game set in the French & Indian War. There are two PDF downloads included with your purchase: a 36 page rulebook, and a 45 page book of army lists and rosters. You can use one of the six premade armies, or create your own force with a comprehensive point system. The game has a historical “feel” through the use of Assets specific to different types of characters & units. Optional “otherworldly” rules are included to take advantage of some of the outstanding figures available for this period. Color photographs of figures from Conquest Miniatures, Eureka Miniatures, AW Miniatures, & Warlord Games, as well as structures by Acheson Creations (all used with permission) illustrate both documents.

Part One contains the game rules (summarized in a 4-page Quick Reference), Assets to personalize your troops (Abilities & Characteristics, Weapons, Artillery, Special Unit Members, Equipment, Vehicles, Animals, & Structures), Liabilities, Otherworldly Assets (including Divine Interventions), Templates, Markers & Tokens, & optional Event Cards.

Part Two contains brief historical information, Army Lists, and Unit Cards for the Indians, French, British, Canadians, & American Colonials. There is also information on Bears, Dogs, Zombyes, & a few other optional (but fun!) non-historical additions to the game (inspired mainly by figures from Conquest Miniatures). There are six sample armies, & information about how to create your own troops & armies.

 
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May 28th, 2016
Excellent product. I can highly recommend it and especially at the price. Elegant rules well written with fantastic format, structure and presentation. Simply one of the best wargames I have bought in a while. [...]
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81
Publisher Stock #
AFE1
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11.47 MB
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File Last Updated:
December 14, 2014
This title was added to our catalog on December 14, 2014.