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The March of the Killer Angels

Lee At Gettysburg July 1st, 1863 [Print On Demand Edition] is a quick-playing simulation of the first day of the Battle of Gettysburg.  The four included scenarios covering the struggle for control of the historic locations such as McPherson's Ridge, Gettysburg, and Cemetery Hill.  This third edition comes with a new map, counters and updated rules and four scenarios.  
Lee at Gettysburg is considered an introductory wargame with rules for morale checks when retreating, facing, and Melee combat. Players can control either the Confederate or Union forces that fought in the battle and offers players a quick game with a lot of strategies.


Print and Play Edition:
 The Print and Play Edition is available as a 
downloadable Print and Play files that can be printed in both US Letter and A4 paper sizes.  Our Print and Play Edition includes individual files for the manual, player aid cards, counters and smaller multi-part maps for home printers and larger map files that can be printed at a local print shop.  


Requirements: Two six-sided dice are required to play this game.  This game contains some previously released material from Lee At Gettysburg.  No other product is required to play this game.  


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Pages
18
Publisher Stock #
LLP313152
File Size:
37.33 MB
Format
Original electronic
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File Last Updated:
July 02, 2017
This title was added to our catalog on October 10, 2007.