Gettysburg: Shall I Advance?
Military Strategy Board Game of the turning point battle of the Civil War at Gettysburg.
Before Pickett’s disastrous charge, he turned to Longstreet and asked,
“General, shall I advance?” Longstreet looked away.
Pickett asked again, “General, shall I advance?” Longstreet, unable to speak, bowed his head with a nod. In the next 30 minutes, the Confederates lost nearly 9,000 men.
Includes the East Cavalry Field and Variants for Stonewall Jackson and JEB Stuart being there.
Rated Most Realistic & Accurate for:
• Command & Control limitations
• Fog of War -hidden units and chaotic move order
• Logistics -deployment crucial to victory and keeping your forces able to fight.
Used to train officers in the US military and in military academies around the world.
What the Professionals Play
Great for teams and solitaire play.
• Period style map.
• Kriegsspiel style, hardwood pieces.
Get the No Block Version and save by reusing the same Standard Blocks for all of your battles. Long blocks: 33 Fed, 38 Reb
Paper maps are folded in a game box.
Canvas maps come rolled in tubes.
Real maps of the period were printed on canvas. This authentic, premium map is tough, durable and beautiful. Printed on 100 year, museum quality, archival canvas. It is water resistant, spill proof and lays flat and smooth. Truly a work of art.
East Cavalry Field
Stonewall Jackson What-If Bonus pieces and Scenario
Expanded map covers the surrounding area, allowing you more freedom to explore alternate strategies and maneuvers.