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Basic Fury


Basic Fury provides a fun game that can be played with fifty figures or five hundred figures in about two hours. The rules are geared toward simplicity and ease of play over detail.
Basic Fury introduction


Designer
The Ambler Gamers
Publisher
Ambler Gamers, The
Year Published
2005
Status
In Print
Contents
Available online (18-page PDF via Yahoo! Group)
Scale
Figure scale is not very important. The number of figures per unit is completely up to the player. We tend to like 25 mm figures massed on large stands. The rules recommend size conventions based on our preferences but the game mechanics work as long as unit frontage and depth remain proportional to those given in the rules.
Basic Fury introduction
  • A typical 100-point army represents a force of 10-30,000 men.
  • Each full turn (both players have completed an initiative) represents 5-15 minutes of actual time.

    The game has been developed with 25mm figures and a ground scale of 60mm equals 50 paces. This allows units to consist of multiple DBX type stands. However, any scale can be used as long as the unit basing stays proportional.

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Basic Fury

Miniature Warfare

Editions

Current version is 1.1

Supplements

Ancient Fury - Classical & Medieval Warfare

Ancient Fury
Ancient Fury is a Basic Fury supplement that covers warfare from the classical through medieval periods.
Ancient Fury introduction

Barded Fury - Renaissance Warfare

Barded Fury is a Basic Fury Supplement that covers warfare in the Late Medieval and Early Renaissance period. It was originally developed to cover the early Italian Wars but is suitable for 1450 through about 1600.
Barded Fury introduction

Samurai Fury - Japanese Renaissance Warfare

Samurai Fury is a Basic Fury supplement that covers warfare in Japan during the period known as the “Age of the Country at War.” The rules were developed to cover the period from about 1550 through just after 1600.
Barded Fury introduction

Winged Fury - 17th Century Warfare

Winged Fury is a Basic Fury period supplement for Eastern Europe during the early to mid 17th century. The period covered by Winged Fury is roughly from the Turkish and Swedish wars of the 1620s through the Cossack revolts of the 1640s and 1650s. This period roughly coincides with the Thirty Years War. Although geared toward the east, these rules are suitable for battles of the Thirty Years War and also the English Civil War.

Army lists are provided for the Poles, Swedes, Ottomans, Cossacks, Muscovites and the Holy Roman Empire.

Winged Fury introduction

Basic Fury - Do it Yourself Points System

1-page PDF