Once you tried Here I Stand — see our full, 6 players session — it is really hard to stop coming back to that great game. Not always you are able to gather the full group, but the title is very good also with 3 players, each leading two factions, whose political and religious interests are usually in common. As this was first play for Filip, while Kuba and I already played twice, the planned set-up was following:. We were playing the base, scenario. And so it happened…. As usually in HiS, initial turn is time for expansion, build-up and in awaiting for an opportunity to arise…. At this moment in time we had to stop as it was very, very late in night. The results at the conclusion were following in brackets, change from the initial value :.
Fiercely Independent. Independant? Crap.
Component Photos see slideshow at left by Scott Mansfield. See Scott's Twitter for more. NOTE: Here I Stand was due for a reprint in , but with October 31, being the th anniversary of Martin Luther's posting of his 95 Theses, Ed Beach and his team of Here I Stand enthusiasts have put together a series of enhancements to the original game that transform this reprint into a deluxe th anniversary treatment.
It provides a dynamic account of the Reformation from to , starrting with Martin Luther 's Ninety-Five Theses. There are three scenarios:. The game can consist of a maximum of 9 turns if playing from the scenario. Each turn is long, consisting of a maximum of 9 phases, though most turns use only 7 of those.
May Posted by Dan Thurot. Brock: It was an event five hundred years give or take another two in the making. Brock: I love that one about the bulwark, especially.