| ||A points system allows players to select and equip their forces, including buying skill levels (raw, normal, or veteran). A terrain chart can be used to randomly determine tabletop terrain. Victory points are awarded for such achievements as taking objectives (more important to the cavalry) or "counting coup" (Indians only). Playable rules cover both ranged and melee combat, artillery, and morale. Play continues until a "sudden death" dieroll determines the end is near.|
|Period||The Indians of the Plains (1850-1890)|
|Basing||Individual - 12mm x 12mm (foot), 12mm x 24mm (mounted). These sizes are for 15mm scale; double for 25mm scale.|
|Contents||10-page rules booklet (single-sided pages). Last page doubles as reference card.|
|Publisher||First edition published 1988 by Peter Pig, as part of the Rules For the Common Man (RFCM) series|
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|7 December 1996||page first published|
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