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VaeVictis 171 - Edition jeu

VaeVictis 171 - Edition jeu
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Price: 16.50 €

Publisher: Vae Victis

Reference: VV171J

Format: magazine

Period: Renaissance & Sengoku-Jidai

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NEWS HEXES

  • Nothing left to Bomb
  • Seas of Thunder
  • King in the North
  • Ardennes II
  • Undaunted Battle of Britain
  • Mr President
  • etc.

BOARDGAME

  • Vive l’Empereur
  • Sniper Elite
  • John Company
  • Les conquêtes de Napoléon
  • Skies above Britain
  • Imperial Tide
  • On to Richmond
  • Barrack Emperor
  • Conflict of Heroes – Orages d’acier
  • Que Choisir : Ancient Civilizations 1 & 2 (...)

HOBBY

  • Des étudiants s’invitent au combat - part 5
  • Ecrire des règles pour le jeu avec figurines

FIGURINES

  • Art de la Guerre : la cavalerie à travers les âges  - part 4 
  • Le Trone de Fer 2: les armées
  • Supplément Silver Bayonet
  • Décors siège de Paris 889
  • Les nouveautés Blood Red Skies

SCENARIOS

  • ASL
  • M44

NEWS RULES

  • Blood Bilge and Iron balls
  • Throwing Thunderbolts
  • Forgotten Battles in Russia
  • Bolt Action Campaign Italy
  • Modelling and painting Vienam Games

ART OF WAR

  • Conquest of Peru

WARGAME WITH DIE-CUT COUNTERS : PIZARRO 1532-1537 : CONQUEST FOR THE INCA EMPIRE

This game simulates the conquest of the Inca Empire by Francisco Pizarro and his brothers. It is part of the 'Gold and Steel' series (The Burgundian Wars, 1474-1477-VV 115, The War of the Benevolent 1465-VV 123, Cortes and the Conquest of Mexico 1519-1521-VV 137, The Britannic War of Independence 1487-1491, VV 160), which allows you to play the campaigns of the late 15th and early 16th centuries on a strategic and tactical scale.
It is both a strategic game with armies evolving on the map (divided into areas) representing the Inca Empire and a tactical game where the warriors clash on a tactical map showing a battlefield. The diplomacy table shows the evolution of the Indian peoples of the Inca Empire, whose alliances can range from unwavering support to doubtful allegiance to one side or a change of side, all of which can have consequences for the battle and influence the recruitment capabilities of allies.
Victory points are awarded by winning alliances, major battles (involving more than ten strength points on either side), sieges of fortresses and by controlling all nine zones designated as strategic objectives.
Throughout the game, the Spanish player receives a random number of reinforcements from the New World, which balances the forces against the Inca military might and its enormous manpower resources, and gives each side a chance to win.

Will you allow the Incas to keep their Empire in the face of the greed of the conquistadors, or will you succeed in this daring conquest?

  • Complexity : 5/10                             
  • Length : 2-3 hours
  • 1 counter: about 40 conquistadors or up to 4,000 warriors
  • One turn = one season