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Introduction

The Battle Cry game features 30 stylized Civil War battles and skirmishes. These scenarios focus on important terrain features from the original battlefields and represent the historical deployment of Union and Confederate forces that participated in each battle.
Victory will require strategic card play, timely dice rolling, and an aggressive, yet flexible, battle plan. The stage is set, the battle lines are drawn, and you are in command. The rest is history.

How To Win

Be first to capture a set number of opponent’s flag figures and/or flag tokens, as noted in the scenario, to win!

 

Battle Scenarios

Classic Battle Cry Battles
First Bull Run, Virginia — July 21, 1861
Pea Ridge, Arkansas (Elkhorn Tavern) — March 7, 1862
Kernstown, Virginia — March 23, 1862
Shiloh, Tennessee (first day of battle) — April 6–7, 1862
Gaines Mill, Virginia — June 27, 1862
Second Bull Run, Virginia (Brawner’s Farm) — August 28, 1862
Antietam, Maryland — September 17, 1862
Fredericksburg, Virginia — December 13, 1862
Murfreesboro, Tennessee (first day of battle) — Dec. 31–Jan. 2, 1863
Gettysburg, Pennsylvania (Devil’s Den & Wheat Field, second day of battle) — July 1–3, 1863
Gettysburg, Pennsylvania (Pickett’s Charge, third day of battle) — July 1–3, 1863
Chickamauga, Georgia (second day of battle) — September 19–20, 1863
New Market, Virginia — May 15, 1864
New Hope Church, Georgia — May 25, 1864
Jackson Campaign Supplement
McDowell, Virginia — May 8, 1862
Winchester, Virginia — May 25, 1862
Cedar Mountain, Virginia — August 9, 1862
150th Civil War Anniversary Edition Battles
Falling Waters, West Virginia — July 2, 1861
Wilson’s Creek, Missouri (Bloody Hill) — August 10, 1861
Greenbrier River, West Virginia — October 3, 1861
Belmont, Missouri — November 7, 1861
Dranesville, Virginia — December 20, 1861
Fort Donelson, Tennessee (Confederate Breakout) — February 15, 1862
Little Sugar Creek, Arkansas — February 17, 1862
Williamsburg, Virginia (North of Fort Magruder) — May 5, 1862
Oak Grove, Virginia — June 25, 1862
Richmond, Kentucky (Union Final Position) — August 30, 1862
Ox Hill, Virginia — September 1, 1862
Perryville, Kentucky — October 8, 1862
Prairie Grove, Arkansas — December 7, 1862

 

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