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Game Designer: Mark H. Sheppard
Development and Editing: Paul Rohrbaugh
Graphics: Bruce Yearian
Brian Brennan and Paul Rohrbaugh

Mounted counters are available for an additional $5.00

One, 11" x 17" map | 110 die cut, double sided unit counters and markers | One, 8 page rules book

 Ivar the Boneless the Great high King of the Vikings is dead, killed in Ireland in 873AD and his Lothbrok kin, Halfdan and Ubbe had traveled north to fight the Picts and the Britons of Strathclyde, And then to Ireland, to reclaim the land lost by Ivar.  This left Guthrum and his fellow Kings Anwend and Oscetel to mount another attack on Wessex.

What kind of plan had Guthrum hatched? We know that he moved 1,500 men quickly and with stealth and seized the fortress of Wareham. There he was to be joined by a huge fleet of 3,500 Vikings. A Fortified Wareham situated on the Southern coast of Wessex had proximity to the West Country Fyrds of Devon and Dorset. Guthrum would need these to bring his enemy to battle. It would also provide a safe harbor for his warriors that had traveled by ship, and was also within striking distance of Winchester, the capital of the West Saxons and a town that Guthrum knew that Alfred would defend at all costs.


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