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Clash of Monarchs Map

This is a redrawn map for Bob Kalinowski's game Clash of Monarchs, published in 2008 by GMT Games. Clash of Monarchs is an elegant CDG covering the Seven Years War in Europe. This map is fully compatible with the game, stylistically similar but with improved functionality, and incorporating official errata. Permission has been granted by Gene Billingsley of GMT to sell this map independently.

A sample is on view at RSG's Facebook page.

Important. Only two shipping options are given: North America and Overseas. Shipping charges have been included in the final price. Digital copies are not available.
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pic of AOR box ***NEW***Army of Roussillon

AOR is a 2-player game. One player commands the French army of His Most Christian Majesty, Louis XIV, while the other commands the Spanish army of His Most Catholic Majesty, Carlos II. AOR is the first in a series of four games about the Nine Years War of 1688-1697. This game examines the war on the Catalonian front. The conflict in this corner of Europe began as a series of border probes, escalated into an attempt at annexation by the French that turned into a guerrilla war, and ended in a classic 'cabinet war' siege of Barcelona. Although the game does feature some special rules about partisans, it is recommended for those new to the Lace Wars system, since it involves relatively few playing pieces and yet covers all the key aspects of 17th and 18th Century warfare that the Lace Wars is intended to showcase.

AOR includes 600 counters, of which about 300 represent combat forces. 2 maps (9 panels in the digital version) cover the northeast corner of Spain from the French border to Barcelona and from the Mediterranean to the province of Aragon.

WARNING. All payment buttons are active but the boxed version of Army of Roussillon will not go to press until the Fall quarter of 2016. If you pay for it before then you will have a long wait. Better to write to us at rsgmail@shaw.ca with your request.

The DIGITAL version is available now.
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pic of PRL box Pro Religione et Libertate: The War of the Two Kings: 1688-1691

PRL is a two-player expansion module for Remember Limerick!, continuing its operational study of the war between King James II and King William III. This module examines the campaigns that took place in England and Scotland between 1688 and 1691, and can be linked with Remember Limerick! to create a Grand Campaign covering the whole of the British Isles. Scenarios in this module are: 'Regime Change' - the invasion of England by the Prince of Orange; 'Bonnie Dundee' - the Jacobite War in Scotland from 1689-91; 'A Glorious Revolution' Grand Campaign with two start dates, 1688 or 1689, and 'King Monmouth' - a BONUS scenario for Monmouth's Rebellion (1685).

One player commands the forces of King James and his adherents, the other the forces of the Prince of Orange. 420 counters are added to those of Remember Limerick! Together they represent the forces of the Williamites and the Jacobites: Irish, English, Scottish, Dutch, French, Danish, and Huguenot. One map (6 panels in the digital version) depicting England, Wales, and Scotland in the late 17th Century.

IMPORTANT. THIS IS NOT A COMPLETE GAME. YOU MUST OWN A COPY OF REMEMBER LIMERICK! TO PLAY THE SCENARIOS IN THIS MODULE.
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pic of Yellow Jack box Yellow Jack: Sea Lords Vol. III – The War of Jenkins' Ear 1739-43

Yellow Jack covers the War of Jenkins' Ear (1739-43), fought between Spain and Britain; the game focuses on the Caribbean theatre.

Operational in scope, Yellow Jack is suited for two players. A third player could be added to supervise the French. The game includes scenarios for each year of the war, plus a campaign scenario. Additional scenarios cover the period from 1744 to 1748 simulating the merging of the war with the War of the Austrian Succession; there is also an extended campaign scenario covering the years 1739-48.

As the British you are using armed force to win a trade war against Spain. While ravaging Panama and the Spanish Main you must prevent Spanish counterattacks against your primary base at Jamaica and must deal with the diversionary struggle being waged in Georgia and Florida.

As the Spanish you are trying to maintain your empire against British aggression, and especially, to maintain the flow of bullion to Old Spain, where it is vital for prosecuting other campaigns.

Yellow Jack includes 720 counters and 12x 12x18 inch map panels.

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Somar Skrala: Sea Lords Vol. II – The Baltic 1741-1743
A Lesser Wrath: Lace Wars Vol. IX – Finland 1741-1743


Somar Skrala and A Lesser Wrath are a pair of games dealing with the Russo-Swedish War of 1741-1743, sometimes called the Hats' War or the War of the Hats. Somar Skrala (Sea Lords™ system) covers the fighting at sea, and A Lesser Wrath (Lace Wars™ series) covers the land campaign. While boxed together, the pair are completely separate games; rules for linking the two are included.

Both games are operational in scope, and both are for two players: Swedes versus Russians. The Danes are an optional third side in the naval game. When combining the games, up to four (or five) may play.

As the Swedes, you have declared war on Russia under cover of assisting in a 'regime change'; when the new regime fails to reward you properly and prosecutes the war with vigour, you must defend yourself against an overwhelming counterattack. As the Russians, you must first prevent the Swedes from making gains against you, then take the war to them. Only when Finland is demilitarised and pro-Russian government sits in Stockholm will the Motherland truly be safe.

Digital versions are sold as individual games.

Somar Skrala includes 360 counters and 6x 12x18 inch map panels. A Lesser Wrath includes 480counters and 3x 12x18 inch map panels.

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Pic of KK box cover Kabinettskrieg: Lace Wars Grand Campaign Module

The Kabinettskrieg (Cabinet Wars) module links three other Lace Wars™ games - Cockpit of Europe, Sport of Kings, and Queens' Gambit (all listed below) in one monster campaign scenario covering the entire War of the Austrian Succession (1740-1748) in its three Continental theatres of operation: Flanders, Germany, and Italy.
The module provides brand new maps (and some extra maps) for the three games, 27 sheets of die cut counters (over 3000 counters in all!) representing every battalion and regiment that fought or could have fought, and a variety of displays, charts, and scenario rules.
Kabinettskrieg, like all the Lace Wars™ games, is an operational level study. The scenario is suitable for 2-6 players, and more players may be added as sub-commanders.

Important: this not a complete game. Prior ownership of Cockpit, Sport of Kings, AND Q. Gambit is required.
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Kabinettskrieg Map Set (25 sheets)

Combined replacement maps for Cockpit of Europe, Sport of Kings, and Queens' Gambit (all listed below). Can be used in conjunction with the Kabinettskrieg text files downloadable from our Game Support page, with or without the special Kabinettskrieg counter set. The map set includes the bonus map panels found in the full Kabinettskrieg game.












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Kabinettskrieg Counter Set (27 die cut sheets)

Combined battalion-scale counter mix for Cockpit of Europe, Sport of Kings, and Queens' Gambit (all listed below). Should be used in conjunction with the Kabinettskrieg text files downloadable from our Game Support page, with or without the special Kabinettskrieg map set.










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pic of Mistral boxMistral: Sea Lords Vol. I – Western Med 1740-48

Mistral is an operational level naval game for 2 players set in the Western Mediterranean during the War of the Austrian Succession (1739-1748). In this Age of Sail study, the Royal Navy of Britain is pitted against the French and Spanish fleets as they attempt to support the war in Italy against Britain's ally, the House of Habsburg. At this time, Britain's Navy was not the supreme arbiter of maritime affairs that she later became. Both France and Spain, though short-staffed and plagued with money troubles, were formidable opponents, especially in the Med, where, for a number of years, a succession of British admirals developed high blood pressure trying to oppose them with inadequate resources. In fact, the only naval battle of consequence (off Toulon, in 1744) was a draw tending toward a French tactical victory. Mistral places YOU in the admiral's chair. Can you keep your fleet in being, fit for service, and yet fufill the many requests of your regional allies and the mandates of the Admiralty? Like the Lace Wars™ series, in the Sea Lords system victory is a personal matter. Regardless of how the war progresses, can you win enough Prestige to enshrine your name in the history books as one of your nation's greatest naval commanders? Or will you become a byword for Failure?

360 counters, 4x 12x18 inch map panels.

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pic of RL! boxRemember Limerick! - the War of the Two Kings, Ireland 1689-1691

Remember Limerick! is an operational 2-player study of the attempt by King James II to reclaim his throne from William of Orange during the years 1689-1691. This is the war that featured the famous Battle of the Boyne, but there were several other battles and sieges, some of greater importance. Victory for William was not the foregone conclusion that his propagandists have since made out. But, as always, the Irish were divided amongst themselves, and the conflict was in many ways a civil war. Like all games in the Lace Wars™ series, the emphasis is on maneuver and good planning, this time in a land with limited infrastructure to support an army. And, in addition to the movement and clash of regular forces, you must take account of the local populace, subduing them or winning them to your cause, or guerrillas - called Rapparees - will emerge from the bogs and make you life miserable. In the Lace Wars™ series, however, victory is a personal matter. Regardless of who becomes King of England, can you win enough Prestige to enshrine your name in the history books as one of your nation's greatest soldiers?

With 600 counters (only about 300 units) and 2 12x18 inch map panels representing all of Ireland, Remember Limerick! is a small game that can be played reasonably quickly and with limited space.


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Remember Limerick! Bonus x2-Scale Maps

A set of 9 map panels printed at twice the scale of the original. These are not merely a blown-up copy, they include additional terrain details, for a richer experience. Fully compatible with the game's other components.











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pic of COE boxCockpit of Europe: France & Flanders 1744-1748

Cockpit of Europe is an operational 2-player study of the War of the Austrian Succession in Flanders using the Lace Wars™ system. The War of the Austrian Succession was really a collection of conflicts blended with some common and overlapping themes. In Flanders, the British fought the French for the possession of the Austrian Netherlands (Belgium), trying to prevent her from cutting communications with her allies in Germany and establishing bases from which she could attack Britain. Along the whole length of The Channel, France had only two good ports: Brest at one end and Boulonge at the other. But there were many fine ports on the Belgian coast. On the flip side, Flanders was the gateway to the French heartland. Besides these strategic considerations, Flanders was a traditional campaigning ground for the French: a place where her warrior elite could win glory yet remain within reach of the center of the universe - Paris. Thus, of all the theatres of operation, it was Flanders that saw the greatest concentration of armies: in one case, over a quarter of a million men clashed on the tiny battlefield of Laufeld.

Flanders is where the reputations of soldiers are won. Can YOU win yours here?

1080 counters representing the forces of France, Britain, Holland, Hanover, Hesse, Bavaria, and Austria. 2 12x18 inch map panels covering northeastern France, Belgium, Luxembourg, and much of Holland.


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Pic of CYR BoxCharlie's Year Redux: the Jacobite Rising of 1745

Charlie's Year (Redux) is an operational 2-player study of the Jacobite Rising of 1745-1746, using the Lace Wars™ system. Culminating in the famous and tragic Battle of Culloden, this was an endeavour by Charles Edward Stuart, son of the man who in the view of some should have been King James III, to wrest the Kingdom of Britain from the reigning House of Hanover - unpopular German princelings made acceptable only by their Protestant religion and willingness to rule under a Constitution. The supporters of this Georgian dynasty later claimed that the Rising was doomed from the start, but, like all coups, it had the potential for success. Can YOU do better than the young Bonnie Prince Charlie?

840 counters representing every battalion and regiment that participated or could have participated in the campaign: British Army, Jacobites from all parts of the realm (but especially the ferocious Highlanders of Scotland), Dutch and Hessian mercenaries, and a French expeditionary corps. 6x 12x16 inch map panels representing all of England, Scotland, and Wales.





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pic of THQ bookHighland Quorum: the Earl of Mar's Rebellion, 1715
Module for Charlie's Year

The Highland Quorum is an operational 2-player study of the Jacobite Rising of 1715-16, using the Lace Wars™ system. 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?

About 300 counters, representing every battalion and regiment that participated or could have participated in the campaign. The Charlie's Year maps are used, with the addition of an overlay to hide the road network yet to be built by General Wade.

Important: this not a complete game. Prior ownership of Charlie' Year is required.


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pic of PKG bookPerdition to King George! - Planned Invasions for 1719
Module for Charlie's Year

Perdition to King George! is an operational 2-player study of two potential coups against the Georgian regime of Britain in the aftermath of the failed Jacobite Rising of 1715. Many of the participants were convinced that with better planning and more capable leadership, success could have been achieved. For their own ends, various European backers offered their support to the Jacobite Cause, the most dangerous of whom were the royal dynasties of Spain and Sweden. Spain went so far as to launch an Armada against England (one much larger than its better known namesake) but the fleet was wrecked, and only a small subsidary operation took place in the wilds of the western Highlands. The Swedish threat disappeared when Charles XII, the Mad King of the North, was killed in battle. But what if either attempt had succeeded? Can YOU change history?

About 240 counters, representing Spanish and Swedish expeditionary armies supplement the counters provided in The Highland Quorum. The Charlie's Year maps are used, with the addition of an overlay to hide the road network yet to be built by General Wade.

Important: this not a complete game. Prior ownership of Charlie' Year AND The Highland Quorum is required.


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pic of SOK box Sport of Kings: Germany 1740-1745

Sport of Kings is an operational study of the War of the Austrian Succession in Germany for 2-3 players. It uses the Lace Wars™ system. The War of the Austrian Succession was really a collection of conflicts blended with some common and overlapping themes. In Germany, the Austrian House of Habsburg was challenged on two fronts by Prussia and France. Prussia was led by the dynamic Frederick the Great; this was his first essay in the art of war. France supported the pretensions of the Elector of Bavaria, who claimed the throne of the Holy Roman Empire; in reality, Bavaria was France's proxy in the centuries-old competition between Bourbon and Habsburg.

In the Lace Wars™ series victory is a personal matter. As the King of France's greatest marshal, can you humble the pride of Austria? As Frederick's trusted subordinate, can you take advantage of Austrian weakness in the face of French aggression - without substituting Bourbon for Habsburg? As commander of the Imperial forces, can you save Austria from extinction?

1620 counters representing the forces of France, Britain, Holland, Hanover, Hesse, Bavaria, Kurpfalz, Saxony, Denmark, Russia, and Austria - plus the Reischarmee. 10x 12x18 inch map panels covering Germany from the Rhineland to Poland and from the Alps to the North German Plain.


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pic of QG box Queens' Gambit: Italy 1742-1748

Queens' Gambit is an operational study of the War of the Austrian Succession in Italy for 2-4 players. It uses the Lace Wars™ system. The War of the Austrian Succession was really a collection of conflicts blended with some common and overlapping themes. In Italy, two viragos - the Queen of Spain and the Queen of Hungary (Maria Theresa of Austria) - competed for domination of the Po valley. Caught between them, the House of Savoy, which held the key passes of the Maritime Alps, played for time before reluctantly choosing to back the Habsburgs against the Bourbons. France, sharing the same royal dynasty as Spain, as reluctantly backed the latter. The conflict here raged longer than in any other theatre of war, yet in the end, there was only stalemate. Spain would make some gains at the peace table, but only thanks to French victories in Flanders.

In the Lace Wars™ series victory is a personal matter. As the Queen of Spain's most recent appointee, can you keep your job in the face of insurmountable obstacles that your queen refuses to acknowledge? As the Queen of Hungary's champion, can you resist the might of France and Spain while acquiring the new territory she desires? As one of the King of France's greatest marshals, can you aid his Spanish relations without crippling the war effort? As Savoy's best general, can you help your monarch keep his throne?

1200 counters representing the forces of Spain, France, Austria, Savoy, Genoa, Venice, Modena, Tuscany, Naples, and Britain. 8x 12x18 inch map panels covering Italy from the Alps to Naples.

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pic of TK box Türkenkrieg: the Russo-Austro-Turkish War 1735-39, Balkan Theatre Second Edition

Türkenkrieg is an operational study of an almost unknown Balkan war between Austria and Turkey - more accurately, between the Holy Roman Empire and the Ottoman Empire. The war should be better known than it is, for it weakened Austria to the point that Frederick the Great, and others, believed they could destroy her, bringing on first the War of the Austrian Succession, and then the Seven Years War. Coerced into war as an ally of Russia, the Austrians soon lost the initiative, yet held on grimly for three years, until mismanagement and a crippling outbreak of plague led them to the peace table. On the other side, though successful on the Danube, the Turks purchased a victory at a price they could not afford; it would be their last.

The game, a 2-player operational study, uses the Lace Wars™ system. As with the other games in the series, victory is a personal matter. Can YOU win enough Prestige to impress your imperial master? Or will you lose your head? Whatever the outcome of the war, your career must not suffer!

1080 counters representing the forces of Austria and the Ottoman Empire, plus contingents from Saxony, Bavaria, the Reichsarmee Serbia, and Montenegro. Two maps (8 sheets in the digital version) covering the Balkans and the Danube valley from the Adriatic to the Black Sea.


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pic of HGH box Heirs of the Golden Horde: The Russo-Austro-Turkish War, Ukraine Theatre 1735-39 Second Edition
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Heirs of the Golden Horde expands the Türkenkrieg to include the sweeping campaigns simultaneously waged by Russia against her age-old foes, the Crimean Tatars, tributaries of the Turks, for the contol of the Ukraine. From 1736 to 1739, massive columns of Russian soldiers lumbered across the steppes, where the grass grew higher than a man's head, trying to chase down the elusive Tatar nomads in a war similar to the those waged in the following century against the Plains Indians of North America. The conflict was just one step in Russia's drive for a warm water port.

Heirs of the Golden Horde can be played by itself - although Türkenkrieg is required for some of the components - as a 2-player operational study of Russian warfare, or it can be combined to allow up to 4 players to contend for mastery of the Ottoman borderlands.

The game uses the Lace Wars™ system. As with the other games in the series, victory is a personal matter. Will you succeed in taking Constantinople in a single campaign, or will your armies be bled white in a war of outposts? Can you prevent the giaours from driving the Tatar Nations to extinction, or will a succession of failures lead the Sultan to order your execution? Whatever the outcome of the war, your career must not suffer!

1680 counters representing the forces of Russia, the Ottoman Empire, and the Tatar Hordes, plus contingents of Cossack frontiersmen, Circassian warriors, wild Bashkir tribesmen, and Kalmucks. 14x 12x18 inch map panels covering the Ukrainian Steppe from Romania to the Kuban, and from the Black Sea to Kharkov.
Important: this not a complete game. Prior ownership of Türkenkrieg is required.
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