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Glory II: Across the Rappahannock (ziplock)

DESIGNER Richard Berg
DEVELOPER Mike Shanovich
ART DIRECTOR Rodger B. MacGowan
MAP ART Mark Simonitch
COUNTERS Rodger B. MacGowan and Mark Simonitch
PRODUCER: Gene Billingsley
Price: $70.00

  • 3 1/2 full-color countersheets.
  • Three 22x34" full-color mapsheets
  • 16-page Rulebook
  • 24-page Battle booklet
  • 1 11x17" Player Aid Card
  • 2 10-sided dice

  • Living Rules (Includes: Rules, Battle Book, & Charts)
  • VASSAL module [11.57 MB] - Courtesy of Kevin Coombs
  • Cyberboard Gamebox
  • Description

    Glory II: Across the Rappahannock (AtR) is the second game in GMT's acclaimed American Civil War series, Glory. Glory presents a brigade-level system that highlights ease and speed of play with solid historical insight. Across the Rappahannock revises the original design to make all of those features even better. And it is still a game that can be played, and played well, by solitaire gamers.

    Across the Rappahannock still features GMT's unique chit activation mechanic, which provides a great deal of play tension, as the commanders never quite know what is going to happen next. However, new command and combat mechanics make the game even more fun. Best of all, these new mechanics are not only retro-fitted to the original Glory, but Glory II: AtR provides all the counters necessary to play the battles in the original Glory game (Manassas and Chickamauga) with the new rules!

    Across the Rappahannock brings you two of the biggest battles in the Civil War; battles that have received scant attention from the hobby: Fredericksburg, with Burnside's frontal assault across the river against a heavily defended Confederate position, and Chancellorsville, the biggest battle in the entire war. And, while the full game of the latter battle uses 3 maps and a lot of your time, there are two standard one-map battles and three smaller scenarios highlighting engagements within the bigger battles that use few counters and take only a couple of hours to play!
    Note: The only copies of this game left in stock are ziplock versions, not boxed versions.

    Customer Reviews
    # of Ratings: 6
    1. on 10/8/2012, said:
    A very good game, but the full Chancellorsville game is a three mapper. Its big, and the simple mechanics allow it to be played in a reasonable amount of time. The system is further simplified than in the original game, and works quite nicely.
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