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Die Fighting II covers the Horse and Musket era from 1699-1902 on a single enhanced DVD that contains a one-hour video, a QuickTime slideshow, a PDF slideshow, five specific period templates including Linear Warfare, Wars of Revolution, Napoleonic Wars, The Wars of Transition (1861-1871), and Colonial Wars, printable PDF rule summaries, OOB, phase cards, and many other player aids. All are cross referenced to the slide shows and video.

Die Fighting II may be played with any scale figures, and allows all mounting systems. It accommodates everything from two players to virtually an unlimited number, and yet all games will play out to a definitive end in about four hours. It has been developed end playtested for over four years.

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Designer
Bob Jones
Publisher
Repique Wargames
Year Published
2011
Status
In Print

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Die Fighting

Multimedia Miniature Wargame Rules

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Editions

The first edition was a standard published book:

First edition

The second edition was multi-media.