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Highland Quorum

Numbers of players : 2 Age : 14+ Language : EN
Condition : New Reference : LW002A
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Highland Quorum is an expansion for Charlie's Year Redux : The Last Jacobite Rebellion 1745-46 of the Lace Wars Series.

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A generation before The '45, Bonnie Prince Charlie's sire, James Edward Stuart, was inveigled to Scotland on a promise by the notorious political 'trimmer', the Earl of Mar, that Britain was ripe for a return of the House of Stuart. Though the attempt failed as badly as the later rising, for a time there was great hope of success, for the Jacobite rebel army was much larger than the Government forces deployed against it and could count on much sympathy from many Scots who had no love for the Stuarts - because less than a decade before, Scotland had been underhandedly joined to England. Can YOU succeed with the resources that the Earl of Mar squandered?

The Module

The Highland Quorum is a two player operational study of the Rising of '15 using the same rules, map, and some counters from Charlie's Year.

Important. The Highland Quorum is not a complete game. Ownership of Charlie's Year Redux is required.

Components

- About 300 new counters representing only the forces available at the time. The remaining counters are supplied by Charlie's Year.
- Rules, charts, tables, and display cards.
- An historical commentary.

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