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One 11" x 17" maps | 151 single-sided unit counters | One Player Aid Card | One rule book


Shipping not included

Mounted counters are available for an additional $5

Game Credits:
Game Design: Paul Rohrbaugh
Graphics: Bruce Yearian
Editing: Lisa Rohrbaugh and Emory Earl Toops
Playtesting: Brian Brennan, Chris Salander, and Emory Earl Toops
Special Thanks to Chris Salander for creating the Battle of Pung-do Island Scenario


BRAVE AND NOBLE FIGHTS EXPANSION PACK
The Battle of Foochow
August 23, 1884
The Battle of Pung-do Island
July 25, 1894

Ownership of the original Brave and Noble Fights game is required for play

This expansion of Brave and Noble Fights covers the historical battles of Pung-do Island and Foochow.  The Battle of Pung-do Island was the first naval battle of the First Sino-Japanese War. The Battle of Foochow was fought ten years earlier between the French Asiatic Squadron and the Chinese Fukien Fleet. Optional rules extend play for both battles allowing players to explore additional “what ifs” in these periods of history.

Battle of Foochow: Historically the French took two days to wreak complete destruction on the Chinese bases and defenses at Foochow, and then only after landing marines and then fighting their way out back to sea.

Pung-do Island: The First Sino-Japanese War started when cruisers of the Japanese Flying Squadron were ordered to sweep the Gulf of Asan of any Chinese transports bringing troops to Korea. Although war had not yet been declared, both sides were building up their forces in Korea as part of a political struggle to gain control over that country.

 
 
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