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 width=80="" /> 2.5 Ed:The War To End All Wars
MSRP: $7.99

The Guild of Blades best selling board game, The War To End All Wars, is now available in PDF format. For less than 1/4th the price of the board game!

The War to End All Wars was first published in 1998 and has since been the flagship product to the long and successful Empires of History board game series. Historically accurate Axis & Allies(*1) variants covering a wide range of conflicts from ancient times to modern.

The War to End All Wars is a territorial strategy board game covering World War I on all fronts. The War to End All Wars presents the First World War in a couple different ways. The first of these is a historical simulation that offers alliances, political structures, and entry times for the various nations designed to mirror the actual historical ...

 width=80="" /> Barbary Coast War
MSRP: $3.00

The Barbary Coast Wars is a low priced introductory historical board game covering the conflict between the United States and the Barbary Coast States in the early days of the US republic.

In 1799 the United States agreed to pay an annual tribute to the Pasha of Tribili, the foremost of the Barbary States of North Africa. For centuries the Barbary States had been a major force for piracy in the Mediterranean and demanded tribute from many nations to allow for safe passage of merchant ships. The United States, no longer under the protection of the British Royal Navy, became a target of the Barbary pirates. The payment of tribute proved a short lived solution, when the Pasha turned around and demanded even more tribute. In 1801 the US refused an increase in tribute, which sparked the Bar...

 width=80="" /> Battle of Thermopylae Board Game
MSRP: $3.00

The Battle of Thermopylae is an affordable, easy to play 2 player game covering the ancient battle between the Persians and a Spartan led Greek alliance.

The Battle of Thermopylae is one of the most lengendary battles of the ancient world. Facing invasion by the mighty Persian army, the little Greek City States unite to confront the Persian King Xerxes and his army of 100,000 soldiers, including the world famous Immortals. Led by the Spartan King, Leonidas, and 300 Spartans and a small Greek army numbering less than 1/10th that of the Persian Army make a desperate stand at Thermopylae.

A fast paced 2 player game with a unique bidding system that determines which army the players control and the victory conditions for each.

Game includes a 10" x 16" game map, ...

 width=80="" /> Beyond Hadrian's Wall
MSRP: $3.00

In the year 122 Ad the Roman Emperor Hadrian visited the Romance province of Britannia and inspected Rome's military status there. When there he decided that Rome needed a military zone in northern Britain in order to keep the Brigante Tribes under their rule in check and be ready to put down rebellions. Additionally, it was well reasoned that the conceived of wall would also protect Rome from barbarian invasions from the independent tribes of the Scottish highlands. Construction began right away.

In the decades that followed Rome would send a number of expeditions north of the wall in an attempt to subjugate the remainder of the island. The Caledonian tribes of northern Scotland proved challenging to conquer and the hills and mountains of Scotland proved a challenging terrain for t...

 width=80="" /> The Nitrate War
MSRP: $3.00

The Nitrate War board game is a 2-4 player strategy game covering the 19th century conflict in South America between Chili vs Peru and Bolivia. The war began when Bolivia broke a treaty between Chili and itself. Peru was not ready for a war. Its President, Mariano Ignacio Pracho, was a socialist and had purged the army of people and weapons. Bolivia itself was only a little better armed. Chile on the other hand had just undergone a modernization of its military by a Prussian General and it was ready for war. Historically Chile won the war and gained over 30% new territory to its national boundaries.. The war would leave central South America in shambles for years and years.

Now you can relive this conflict and possibly change its outcome. Can Bolivia and Peru get Argentina or US Indu...

 width=80="" /> The Vietnam War Boardgame
MSRP: $3.00

The Vietnam War is an affordable, easy to play 2 player game covering the US war in Vietnam.

The Vietnam War boardgame lets players assume control of the North Vietnamese Army and the US led South Vietname faction. Both players must compete for military domination of Vietnam.

The North Vietnamese led a larger army, though vastly inferior to the well equiped US forces. The player must manipulate the political field to hurt the US war effort within the US government and populace, plus garner additional support from the South Vietnamese populace and gain military support from the Soviet Union and China. Dare to expand the war into Laos and/or Cambodia to gain a tactical advantage.

The US player must win support for the war back stateside, while preventing Soviet or Chinese...


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File Last Updated:
January 01, 2005
This title was added to our catalog on January 01, 2005.