Card Armies: The Battle For Wesnoth

Card Armies: Battle For Wesnoth is a roleplaying/strategy game designed by David Bradshaw. You control an army in the fantasy world of Wesnoth, and must combine planning, tactics, and luck to emerge victorious over your rivals. The game can be played as one-on-one battles, multi-player mayhem, cooperative campaigns, and even solo.

There are three core sets for Card Armies: Battle For Wesnoth, and each set introduces two factions.  Each set is a complete game in itself, or you can put them together to create a mighty host.

Read the game review by Gamer’s University

Card Armies: The Battle For Wesnoth – Loyalists and Undead Set

This set contains everything you need to start playing with the Loyalists and Undead armies, and includes bonus units for the Rebels and Knalgan Alliance.  There are enough cards in this set for up to 6 players, and you can rearrange the cards into innumerable different armies.  Some sample armies are shown in the downloads section — this set contains all those cards plus more.

Card Armies: The Battle For Wesnoth – Rebels and Drakes Set


This set contains everything you need to start playing with the Rebels and Drakes armies, and includes bonus units for the Loyalists and Northerners.  There are enough cards in this set for up to 6 players, and you can rearrange the cards into innumerable different armies.  Some sample armies are shown in the downloads section — this set contains all those cards plus more.

Card Armies: The Battle For Wesnoth – Northerners and Knalgan Alliance

This set contains everything you need to start playing with the Northerners and Knalgan Alliance armies, and includes bonus units for the Undead and Drakes.  There are enough cards in this set for up to 6 players, and you can rearrange the cards into innumerable different armies.

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