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High Command (game)

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Warmachine High Command
Manufacturer(s)Privateer Press
Publisher(s)Privateer Press
Years active2013 to 2015
Genre(s)Customizable, Strategy
System(s)Card game
Players2-4

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High Command is a card game in a steampunk setting (Iron Kingdoms world). Also this world used to another Privateer Press games: Iron Kingdom RPG and Warmachine.[1]

From 2 to 4 players fight among themselves for resources and influence on the global map.

Game completely compatible with Hordes High command and Faith & Fortune.[2]

Game designers William Shick and David Carl.

David Carl[3] was lead developer of this game, and when he changed company to Steamforged Games, game support was stopped.

Currently game is not supported by Privateer Press, entire board was removed from forums.[4]

Core boxes:

  • WARMACHINE High Command (2013)
  • HORDES High Command (2013)
  • WARMACHINE High Command Faith & Fortune Core Set (2014)
  • 2 faction starter box High Command Rapid Engagement (2015)

Expansions:

  • The Big Guns (2013)
  • Heroes & Legends (2014)
  • Colossal Warfare (2014)
  • Into the Breach (2014)
  • Invasion of Sul (2014) - Campaign Expansion Set
  • Castle of the Keys (2014) - Campaign Expansion Set


References[edit]

  1. "Warmachine: High Command". BoardGaming.com. Retrieved 2020-04-15.
  2. "High Command | Privateer Press". privateerpress.com. Retrieved 2020-04-14.
  3. "David Carl | Board Game Designer | BoardGameGeek". boardgamegeek.com. Retrieved 2020-04-15.
  4. "Privateer Press Forums". privateerpressforums.com. Retrieved 2020-04-14. Unknown parameter |url-status= ignored (help)

External links[edit]

Official site High command at Privateer Press site

High command at Board game geek

Review on Card Board Republic

Review on Deskovehry


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