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Comrades In Battle

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Rule Book / 40 Leader Cards / 48 Unit Cards / 24 Eventes cards plus token Sheet

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Comrades In Battle (C-in-B) uses the same basic game mechanics as COMPANY COMMANDER but has been modified to play small actions of the ACW at squad level, with units commanded by their own officers.

The basic unit formation is a group formed from 2 to 6 miniatures referred to as a “comrades in battle” (C-i-B) group. The concept can be applied to the entire period covered by the rules and is equivalent to a skirmish group commanded by a corporal. In these rules, a C-i-B group is what meant by the term “Unit”.

There were some special units attached to the infantry or cavalry, as special weapons platoons (e.g. the first machine guns used in the ACW), or specialist arms, such as engineer or sapper platoons.

“LEADERS” are officers, represented by an individual miniature (Colonel, Lieutenant-Colonel, Major, Captain, Lieutenant, 2nd Lieutenant) or NCO (Staff Sergeant, Sergeant).  Leaders can be accompanied by other miniatures with special characteristics.

Sometimes a higher-ranking Leader might be fighting in a small skirmish, because he was surprised by enemies or “caught” in the middle of the battle; he could be part of an HQ group, perhaps, together with his ADC’s. Or, in the confusion of battle, different UNIT types and LEADERS, could find themselves muddled together so that units of different arms of service, battalions and regiments were fighting alongside each other. All this is the stuff of which C-i-B is made.

The Morale system has been changed simplified. At this scale, small units suffering a certain number of hits (casualties) from fire and combat, normally cease combat and go to the rear to recover and regroup. They would then return to the combat, if their comrades were still fighting.

To simplify play, all Units and Leaders are provided with cards that give many of the characteristics needed to play, which avoids the necessity of constant checking of the rules and lists for details needed to play a specific Unit or Leader.

Players should decide from which historical regiments each of their Units & Leaders are drawn and may then pick out a card with that regiment’s name or one that has similar stats (in the player’s opinion) to the chosen regiment. If several Units have similar stats, one card can be used for all such Units.

In addition, the introduction of a limited number of Random events, that could occur in any battle, are represented by a small deck of War Cards. This provides feeling of Fog of War, so that not all the things that happen in the game are under control of the players. As with Unit & Leader cards, we will release new War Cards with new events in future editions.


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