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Echelons of Fury

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Echelons of Fury
Publisher(s)Medallion Simulations
Players2 or more
Setup time< 5 minutes
Playing time< 60 minutes

Echelons of Fury is an out-of-print collectible card game by Medallion Simulations.[1] It was released in May 1995 alongside Echelons of Fire.[1] The First Edition set had at least 70 cards though some sources claim 57 cards.[1][2] It had two other expansions, one released in October 1995, called Second Edition and it contained at least 95 cards; the second expansion was called Pacific Campaign and it contained at least 105 cards.[1] The Second Edition was believed to have unannounced cards in the set as well and one card suspected as missing called U.S. M-26 Pershing.[1] Both the First and Second editions had incomplete card lists supplied by the manufacturer.[1] A future expansion called Echelons Freedom Fighters was scheduled for 2002 but never materialized.[1] Other expansions were announced including a Russian front, as well as a modern-day war against North Korea, but they too were never released.[1]

The game was based on the World War II between the Americans and the Germans.[1] The game was considered "hard to pick up" due to the "dense rulebook" and its rules were compared to miniature wargaming.[1] The Pacific Campaign expansion adapted the war versus Japan with cards geared toward island war.[1] The Allied player had to land their craft onto shore, while the Japanese player had to respond with counters via bombers and booby traps.[1]

References[edit | edit source]

  1. 1.00 1.01 1.02 1.03 1.04 1.05 1.06 1.07 1.08 1.09 1.10 1.11 Miller, John Jackson (2003), Scrye Collectible Card Game Checklist & Price Guide, Second Edition, pp. 177–179.
  2. Brown, Timothy; Lee, Tony (1999), Official Price Guide to Collectible Card Games, pp. 104–105.


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