Leader off the port bow ...
a fun and fast-paced card game that pits powerful squadrons of
World War One dreadnought battleships against each other in wild
free-for-all fights. From two to six players can play and, for
this tournament, each participant plays individually. Points
are scored for sinking the opponents' dreadnoughts, but that
is easier said than done amid duds, confusion, spies, second-rate
leaders, storms, mutinies and the ever-sinister Zeppelins.
BRAWLING BATTLESHIPS STEEL is being run this year instead
of BRAWLING BATTLESHIPS. BRAWLING BATTLESHIPS
STEEL is the new, improved and repackaged version of BRAWLING
BATTLESHIPS. It includes everything found in the original
game and in the Expansion Deck to the original game plus a few
new cards and revised rules to include everything that was originally
found in two different places. However, not to worry, there are
no major changes to the rules and, if you know how to play BRAWLING
BATTLESHIPS, you already know how to play BRAWLING BATTLESHIPS
STEEL. This is still a fun and fast-moving game. Entry in
one of the three heats used to determine finalists can be a break
from more intense games and, judging from last year's finals,
playing in the final round may be as intense as anything at WBC.