Second Bull Run (Manassas)

The second battle of Bull Run is a game for two players that simulates the main battle of the Northern Virginia campaign during the summer of 1862 between General Lee for the south and General Pope for the north. Despite being outnumbered, Lee wins the 3-day combat and takes advantage of his good defensive position before launching a counter attack that disperses Pope’s troops. This simulation primarily uses the rules of the Sécession system developed for Cedar Creek (VV94) and especially Stones River (VV121).

Complexity : 6/10
Playability for solo play : 7/10
Duration : 3 to 4 hours
One turn = 1.5 hours approximately
One counter  = one brigade

Die-cut counters :

counters Bull Run


Following games...

Depending to their state of conception, the order may change.

Are planned:
• Saint Marcel 1944 or Narvik 1940
• La bataille de Bautzen 1813 (system la bataille de Paris 1814)
• Boutons de guêtre (1870)
• Opération Rösselsprung 1944 (solo)
• Champs de Bataille (light rules)
• Angola 1988
• Saint Marcel 1944 or Narvik 1940

Special Issue Games

Next games are planned for December 2019 and July 2020

  • Tourcoing 1794
  • Boutons de Guêtres (1870)