THE FATE OF THE NATION RESTS IN YOUR HANDS
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Blue vs Gray
How many times have you said “I would have done it differently?” With Blue vs Gray: The Civil War Card Game now’s your chance. Sack Beauregard and replace him with A.S. Johnston. Dump Hooker for Thomas. And never, ever let Stuart go joyriding.
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Southern Heros
A CARD GAME
THAT PLAYS LIKE
A WARGAME
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Corps, insignia, Divisions,  flags, important events, civilians & commanders - they're all here! Fight on an accurate map of America, made of cards, built up as you play. The people and events that made a difference in the War Between the States are on your front lines, making a difference in whether you win or lose.
 NON-COLLECTIBLE
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You get every card needed to play your side. (100 cards in the Northern deck and 100 cards in the Southern deck.) No elusive “rare” cards to ruin games, or drive up prices. How can you recreate the War without Jackson or Sherman?
Blue vs Gray Chronicle
OVERVIEW added 8.30 | CARDS updated 8.02
8.01 ~ Richard Wein's BvG Rules are a more easily read version of the Original Rules.
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WELCOME TO THE BLUE vs GRAY HQ
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Purple starBasic Training.... Orange starFurther Command Experience.... Green starAdvanced Topics....

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HOW TO SET UP
Begin a game.

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ERRATA
Clarifications too.
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ORDER OF PLAY
How turns proceed.
Discussion and list of cards.
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A SAMPLE GAME
A complete run through!
Terms and concepts explained.
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HISTORICAL SCENARIOS
Challenge yourself.
Visit other Civil War sites.
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STRATEGY TIPS
And scurvy tricks.

REVIEWS
See what other nice folks have written.

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CREDITS
Where they're due.
Understand the bigger picture.

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Copyright 1999 Q.E.D. Games, Inc. All rights reserved.  BLUE vs GRAY: THE CIVIL WAR CARD GAME  and the term ENIGMA are TM Evan Jones.

Photo Credits (clockwise from lower left): Pauline Cushman**, George B. McClellan, George Gordon Meade, William T. Sherman, Ulysses S. Grant, Robert E. Lee, Thomas Jonathan Jackson, James Longstreet*, J.E. Johnston, Belle Boyd*.  (Courtesy of National Archives except *reproduced from the collections of the Library of Congress and **courtesy of Massachusetts Commandery, Military Order of the Loyal Legion and US Army Military History Institute.)
 
 


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