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Pickett’s Charge at Colours

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Colours this weekend sees the unveiling of the very first set of rules soon to be published by our sister company, Reisswitz Press, Pickett’s Charge.  From the pen of veteran game designer Dave Brown, Pickett’s Charge are designed to cover battle-sized action from a Division a size upwards to multi-player games with multiple Corps per side.
Having completed several years of playtesting, the rules are currently being laid out prior for the printer and should be hitting the shelves within the next couple of months.  So, now is a chance to get an advanced look and “try before you buy” whilst enjoying the company of the game’s designer who will be on hand to talk you through how the rules work.  What better reason than to head for Newbury this weekend!

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