NS-DITDC Death in the Dark Continent Wargaming Rules (late 19th Century Africa)

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Death in the Dark Continent Wargaming Rules (late 19th Century Africa)

Death in the Dark Continent is a 175-page hardback book that takes the reader deep into late 19th Century Africa. At it's heart is a wargame, a game that allows the player to field armies of miniature figurines representing African Tribes, European Invaders and Native Kingdoms. With an emphasis on the people of Africa as well as the Colonial Invaders, Death in the Dark Continent is a unique publication offering 80 different army lists covering all the vastly different forces in Sub-Saharan Africa 1870 to 1899. Death in the Dark Continent also includes a historical background to the situation in Africa 1870-99, a who's who of the major players and a 'bonus' skirmish game. The publishers have filled the book with photographs of painted miniatures, many being used to illustrate actual gameplay as well as to show how attractive armies for this period can be. There is also a wide selection of illustrations and contemporary photographs to create a flavor of late 19th Century Africa. Due to the weight of the book, there is a small shipping upcharge.
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Death in the Dark Continent Wargaming Rules (late 19th Century Africa)  

Death in the Dark Continent is a 175-page hardback book that takes the reader deep into late 19th Century Africa. 
At it's heart is a wargame, a game that allows the player to field armies of miniature figurines representing African Tribes, European Invaders and Native Kingdoms.

With an emphasis on the people of Africa as well as the Colonial Invaders, Death in the Dark Continent is a unique publication offering 80 different army lists covering all the vastly different forces in Sub-Saharan Africa 1870 to 1899.

Death in the Dark Continent also includes a historical background to the situation in Africa 1870-99, a who's who of the major players and a 'bonus' skirmish game.

The publishers have filled the book with photographs of painted miniatures, many being used to illustrate actual gameplay as well as to show how attractive armies for this period can be. There is also a wide selection of illustrations and contemporary photographs to create a flavor of late 19th Century Africa.

Due to the weight of the book, there is a small shipping upcharge.

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