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Thieves Den Card Game: Fortune Favors the Bold Expansion
The festival has started and the gambling boat has docked at the harbor! Will you put it all on the line for a chance to win big? Roll the dice and find out!
No. of Players: 2 - 5
Duration: 30 to 45 minutes
Min. Age: 10
(RRP is £23.99)
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Wings of Glory World War 1: Breguet BR 14 A2 (Stanley/Folger)
Gilbert Stanley and H.T. Folger belonged to the 96th Squadron, that operated from June 12, 1918 to the end of the war engaging in daring bombing missions across the front.
(RRP is £19.99)
Wings of Glory World War 1: Breguet BR 14 B2 (Audinot/Hellouin de Cenival)
Audinot and Hellouin de Cénival flew several bombing missions of Escadrille BR 127 from November 1917. They were shot down by enemy fighters during a daring mission, on March 28, 1918.
Wings of Glory World War 1: Breguet BR 14 B2 (Escadrille Br 111)
Breguet 14s were assigned to Escadrille 111 in October 1917. During the war, the unit scored 15 victories. This model includes cards for optional armament and crew skills.
Wings of Glory World War 1: Pfalz D.III (Voss)
Werner Voss was a very remarkable pilot that deserved many awards for his numerous enemies shot down in combat (48 victories), and a good friend of Manfred Von Richtofen.
(RRP is £15.99)
Wings of Glory World War 1: Pfalz D.IIIa (Berthold)
Rudolf Berthold (44 victories) flew missions from the very beginning of the war until nearly the end, even after having suffered serious injuries in addition to having lost the use of his right arm.
Wings of Glory World War 1: Pfalz D.IIIa (Holtzem)
Max Holtzem was a German test pilot, flight instructor and member of a Bavarian pursuit squadron. He received the Iron Cross 2nd Class and the Bavarian Military Merit Order with Swords.
Wings of Glory World War 1: RAF SE.5 (Bishop)
The Canadian ace Billy Bishop was one of the top scoring pilots of the World War I (72 victories), including 25 in one 10-day period. He was awarded the Victoria Cross and several other decorations.
Wings of Glory World War 1: RAF SE.5a (Dallas)
Roderic Dallas was one of the topscoring pilots from Australia shooting down 32 enemies, nine victories flying on SE.5a, before being shot down by members of Jasta 14 on 1 June 1918 above Liévin, in France.
Wings of Glory World War 1: RAF SE.5a (McCudden)
James McCudden began the war as an observer and became the most highly decorated Allied airman, a precise and patient pilot that achieved 57 victories, most of which came flying in the glorious SE.5a.
Wings of Glory World War 1: Rumpler C IV (Luftstreitkräfte 8231)
This Rumpler C.IV model includes special cards that make this aircraft a better bomber and give it more chances to succeed in reconnaissance missions.
Wings of Glory World War 1: Rumpler C IV (Luftstreitkräfte 8256)
This Rumpler C.IV model includes special cards so the players can include rookie crew members in their scenarios to expand the game options.
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