|Number of Game Players||1 to 4|
|Remote Control Included?||No|
|Release date||3 May 2019|
|Mfg Recommended age||14 - 100 years|
|Item Model Number||GRZ003|
|Product Dimensions||30.48 x 30.48 x 8.26 cm; 1.2 Kilograms|
1st Edition Campaign Game
Recommended Retail Price (RRP)The RRP displayed is the most recent manufacturer’s recommended retail price made available to Amazon AU.
|You Save:||$13.04 (16%)|
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- The Grizzled: Armistice Edition, based on the The Grizzled, contains a campaign mechanism to give more structure to the story of friends surviving World War I.
- 1-4 players
- 45 min
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In The Grizzled: Armistice Edition, players take on the role of soldiers facing the Trials and Hard Knocks of the first World War. They work cooperatively across a campaign where they confront the major events of the war. From the introduction scenario of Boot Camp, through the nine different Missions, everything that happens carries forward and affects the next steps of the game. Players will need to make good decisions and support each other if they hope to make it to the end of the war alive.
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It is difficult to meet the win conditions, but what is interesting is that the game has various difficulty levels. You can move it up a level of difficulty by making use of the so-called trap symbols on the cards. You can also increment the difficulty by adding more cards to the "Trials" deck (which means you have more endeavours to tackle before you can win the war). And then you can bring in your own rules: You can simply change the rules about how other tokens like the Speech tokens are used (discarded or replenished), or how many hard knocks you can take before the war is finished (the rules specify that it's four).
This is not a game for young people, because there is a lot to keep in mind. That's what took this down a star for me. I know some people will love a game that means you are constantly checking what is happening at every moment and to make sure you remember all the rules, but I find it just a little excessive in that respect.