"Too Few To Fight, Too Many To Die" is a set of rules for the North American Indian Wars, covering the period from the French and Indian War to the last stand of the Sioux at Wounded Knee. The Eastern Woodland, Plains, Rocky Mountain and South-Western tribes and their British, French, Spanish, Mexican and American opponents are all catered for. Loosely based on the mechanisms used in Chris Peers' recent African set, "Death In The Dark Continent", "Too Few To Fight..." aims to represent fairly large scale battles (at least by frontier standards), rather than the skirmish approach which is usually associated with the subject. So now you can saddle up, prime your long rifle, and refight the famous victories and desperate last stands of General Braddock, Little Turtle, Tecumseh, Andrew Jackson, Custer, Crazy Horse, Geronimo and their contemporaries. The rules come complete with a quick reference section, contents list, and army lists for all the major combatants.
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Rules for the Indian Wars of North America, c.1750-1890