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isandlwana gyln's detachment FRONT PnP
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Inkosi-Ntshingwayo-kaMahole - Zulu comma
THEY FELL LIKE STONES: Isandlwana is a solitaire tactical simulation of the January 22, 1879 battle. You control the British Imperial forces and solitaire rules govern the Zulu side. As the Imperial commander, you must array your forces as best you can to meet the Zulu attack. Several scenarios are available including the full use of Glyn's Detachment, which historically was sent off on a wild-goose chase, dividing the Imperial forces.
1 Eight-Page Rule Book
1 32" x 24" Hexagonal Map of the Battlefield
176 Historical Scenario Counters and Markers
44 Glyn's Detachment Counters*
1 Double-Side Player Reference Card
1 Set-Up Sheet
* In older copies of the rules, it may state 43.
- British and Zulu Fire and Melee Combat
- Last Stand Scenario
- Glyn's Force Stays in Camp Scenario
- Artillery uMoya Effect
- Historical Zulu Regiments
- Zulu Army Horns and Chest
- Zulu Regimental Cohesion
- British Imperial Infantry Units
- British Auxiliary Troops
- Leader Counters, including Pulleine,
Durnford, and Glyn
To order They Fell Like Stones, use the drop-down menu below. The game comes in three formats. Formats are boxed, folio (plastic bag), and print-and-play (PnP). PnP is sent to you by email. Boxed and folio are printed and shipped by mail to your PayPal address. Select the format and shipping destination then click Add to Cart. Payment will be by PayPal. The price shown includes shipping and handling. If the game has a Vassal module, it will be sent to you by email upon request. For international orders, please allow ten days for arrival of your order.
"Awesome! Clear rules and not overly complex makes this game good to GREAT! You even include the rocket." - Bill Molyneaux
Errata: Note that there is only one actual Wagoneer counter. The rules incorrectly or at least ambiguously refer to three. However, two Wagon counters have a combat factor which represent implied wagoneers that can defend them so, all together, in effect, there are three Wagoneers. Just that only one is mobile and can be used to defend the remaining wagons.