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We Can Be Heroes II is a wargaming rule set for people who want fun games. The rules have a focus on interactive light hearted play, so don't bring your poker face to the game. Instead come prepared to be an actor or director in a game movie.

Play is based around the adventures of heroes (or heroines) and their companions (Sidekicks), as they battle through one-off or linked scenarios. However the rules are versatile enough that these work well for historical games using multi-based or individual basing.

Although intended for 25-28mm individual figures, the game will work with any scale of miniatures. It is also very versatile and can recreate games at many levels from small skirmish to large scale battles in any period.

The play is simple and intuitive, using a unique card based system. Important figures can have character development which will help guide their reactions to situations and motivations. This makes for much fun as you sometimes have to work with players on the same side who may have rival aspirations.

The game uses d6 dice, and is simple enough to teach to 8yr old children. Rules use consistent mechanisms repeated throughout the game, making for fast learning and fast paced play.

TFP Games has developed a range of supplements for the game, check our web store for what is available.

For more detail on the rules check the attached Design Notes (top of page) or the sample pages at our web site in the forum (

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March 05, 2010
This title was added to our catalog on March 03, 2010.