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Against the Odds 37 - For Bloody Honor

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For Bloody Honor lets you explore the tangled facets of the Russian Civil War.

  • English
  • From 12 years old
  • 4h and more
  • 2 to 4 player(s)
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For Bloody Honor lets you explore the tangled facets of the Russian Civil War, with the historical situation exemplified by a game that handles two to four players…with up to three of them commanding the “White” Russian factions! (In multi-player games, if the Reds are defeated, the game isn’t over yet!) For Bloody Honor: Civil War Russkaya captures the interactions of political influence, railways, foreign intervention, and the discord among the White factions that gave the Bolsheviks their best chance to win in a battle against — as it seemed to them — their internal enemies and the whole Western Alliance. (Yes, there were British, French, Canadian, Australian, Indian, Japanese, and even U.S. troops fighting in Russia as late as 1920…and even later for the Japanese).

For Bloody Honor includes 10 game turns, each representing 4 months of real time from the end of 1918 to the end of 1921, and driven by chit pull which will guarantee no two turns are alike. Units represent organized troops of various sizes, with each counter (except tanks) of relatively equal strength. Yes, depending on the situations, this can become a “buckets of dice” game…or the fate of a region (and the political points that go with it) may hinge on a single unit. Defeat can be costly, not only in lost units but in the potential for defecting as your units may decide the other side has more to offer them!

Can you, as the Reds, repeat history and form a true Union of Soviet Socialists Republics? Or can you, as the Whites, change the momentous course of events in the 20th century?” To be sure, the only way to find out is by getting a copy and playing to “Pobeda” (victory).

Theme(s) HistoryWarPolitic
Language(s) English
Mechanism(s) WargameConfrontation
Author(s) Mark Woloshen
Editor Landsknecht Publishing Services, Inc.

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