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Paul Carlson
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Are the Danube 20 and Fuentes 20 games considered part of the 'Version 4?' series of releases. (Sorry, but I can't remember what the great conversion of the system is called.) I've been buying the series releases since that time and want to be sure these two are also of that era.

A secondary question regarding Fuentes: why is it priced almost as much as the others in the series when it only contains one battle?

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Lance McMillan
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Both Danube 20 and Fuentes de Onoro 20 were released with the v3.0 rules. However, it's worth noting that the v4.0 rules are fully backwards compatible with all the earlier games in the series, so both games can easily be played using the newer rules.

I'll have to get someone from VPG to respond to the second part of your question since I have no involvement with how VPG packages/prices their products (I'm not an actual VPG "employee," but rather more of an independent contractor).

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Alan Emrich
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A secondary question regarding Fuentes: why is it priced almost as much as the others in the series when it only contains one battle?


I think because it is manufactured print-on-demand, here in the US, and includes a mounted map (where most others don't).

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Thanks you both for the replies!
 
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