Experience the thrill of fencing— board game style! In this two-player game, tactics, skill, and a little bit of luck will determine the best fencer. Teach yourselves the concepts with the basic game, test yourselves with the standard game, and challenge yourselves with the advanced game. Cards fly back and forth as the fencers attack, and parry-riposte.
Who will be bold enough to attack first? Is it possible to win with that initial attack or has your opponent beguiled you into an attack while waiting to mount a parry-riposte?
En Garde is a very dynamic game— strategically rich yet easy to learn and play. Three levels of rules are included in the game.
Reference sheet for the advanced rules, sized to fit inside the box. Makes it easier for new players to know what options are available on their turn without hunting through the badly laid-out rulebook. Hopefully there are no mistakes.
My [url=http://www.boardgamegeek.com/thread/534575/the-octagon-of-death]THIRD VERSION[/url] of the game, using nice sword/shield images, in a compact octagonal setup. To be played best with metal Dark Ages miniatures:
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