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I was a huge fan of RPG's in the 1980s (mostly D&D and Champions, but some others as well). And of course, I also like the occasional wargame. When these two genres meet, I find that I usually enjoy the resulting game.

This is a list of games about dueling -- that is, games where you control one character and you fight it out with an opponent who also controls one character. I suppose multi-player games would also fit the category, as long as each player has one combatant.

I think this type of game is difficult to design because it's hard to implement any sort of tactics when there are only two individuals. In other words, how does a designer make the game interesting when you only get one "piece"? The usual way is to simply change the concept and give players a team of characters, as in HeroClix or HeroScape, for example.

For the most part, though, I am excluding games that are designed to be played with a team of characters. Instead, the games on this list are games that are mainly focussed on one vs. one battles. It's a borderline issue -- I could easily include Hero (Clix or Scape), just decided not to. Both seem much more team oriented than say Steve Jackson's Melee.

Elegance is a high priority in this type of game. Realistically, a duel should only take a few seconds, maybe up to a minute or so in real life. If you have to crunch numbers and keep detailed records, to the point where the game takes an hour to play, you completely lose the feel of the duel.

Another thing not included here are games where dueling is only part of the game (like say Talisman). In other words, this is a list where the whole game is a fight between two individuals.

Finally, the list currently does not include any games that use vehicles -- thus no dueling airplanes or battle mechs. These could easily fit the theme, I just didn't add them.

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1. Non-Fantasy Games with Individuals as the Units

http://www.boardgamegeek.com/geeklist.php3?action=view&listi...

Very interesting list. It's different from this one because it goes beyond the individual vs. individual, and includes a lot of games where you control multiple people.


2. Pseudo RPG's in which you control and advance a character

http://www.boardgamegeek.com/geeklist.php3?action=...stid=91...

Another good one. This obviously focusses more on the advancement idea. It also includes a lot of games that are Individual vs. Many Bad Guys, typical of RPG's.
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1. Board Game: Man to Man [Average Rating:6.21 Overall Rank:7439]
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I chose to list this game first, not because it is my favorite, but because the title of the game matches the title of the list. I'm sure that the list immediately evoked an image of this game among the 13 people who actually own it....

This is basically a modified version of Steve Jackson's Melee, and eventually became the combat system for GURPS. It only barely qualifies as a board game -- it's really an RPG combat system. Still, like Melee, it is a very elegant and well-balanced system.
 
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2. Board Game: Melee [Average Rating:6.90 Overall Rank:1701]
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Steve Jackson's first game of man to man combat. This game featured a slick and easy system of fighting that included both ranged and melee combat, and also a wrestling rule (called Hand to Hand).

The game is a little more interesting with more than one character per side, but still holds up in the one-to-one department. And, unlike Clix and HeroScape, this game gives the impression that it was designed specifically for individual combat.
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3. Board Game: Wizard [Average Rating:6.94 Overall Rank:1984]
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Can't mention Melee without also mentioning Wizard. Here, Steve Jackson adds magical spell combat to his Melee system. Spells include the standard missile spells, summonings, illusions, self-enhancement, and area effects. This is fully compatible with Melee -- it's fun to run a warrior vs. a wizard.
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4. Board Game: War of Wizards [Average Rating:4.24 Unranked]
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Speaking of wizards, how about this blast from the past. This game is owned by even fewer people than Man to Man.

I don't recall much of the game play, but it is basically a spell-throwing duel between two wizards, set loosely in the world of Tekumel (which was the setting for a very early RPG known as Empire of the Petal Throne -- you'll betray your age if you admit you've heard of it....)

I seem to remember the game being fairly stiff and flavorless. Definitely not elegant. It took more of a wargame approach to magic dueling, and actually had little cardboard counters to represent spells. (Yes, you move your spells toward your opponent on your turn, and when two spells intersect, you roll dice and consult a chart to see which spell survives.)
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5. Board Game: Lost Worlds [Average Rating:6.46 Overall Rank:2463]
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Okay, now back to games that people have heard of.

This is the quintessential dueling game, and my favorite of the games on this list. It works best with exactly two characters fighting each other. (The multi-player rules were unwieldy, to say the least.) The game featured a large variety of characters representing all of the main iconic warrior types. It plays in 5 minutes, and has no luck whatsoever. Great game!

This game should have been more popular than it was. The combat book system (originating with Ace of Aces) is one of the most innovative game design ideas I have ever encountered, right up there with collectible card games, if you ask me. Unfortunately, the game suffered from horrendous artwork (and I mean jaw-droppingly bad, even by 1980's standards).

As far as I know, three different companies have published characters for this game -- Nova, Flying Buffalo, and Chessex. The geek database also lists Greysea Games as another publisher. I don't know that company, but I think I read somewhere that it was founded by desginer Alfred Leonardi's daughter. I believe Flying Buffalo still sells this game, but I haven't checked in a year or so.
 
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6. Board Game: Star Wars: Epic Duels [Average Rating:6.98 Overall Rank:620]
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Okay, I've never played it, but umm.... it has Duels in the title, so it must be in the ballpark.

I think you generally play with more than one character, which would put it outside the definition for this list. But the geek description specifically says something about individual characters fighting each other, so I guess there is a man to man variant.
 
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7. Board Game: Gunslinger [Average Rating:7.06 Overall Rank:1032]
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From fantasy and science-fiction to... westerns!

I only ever played this once, I think, but it was fun. I need to play it a little more to get a better understanding of it. I imagine I still have it around somewhere.

In typical Richard Hamblen fashion, the rules are extremely complex, but make for a rich and detailed game. Of course, it's not exactly elegant.

The geek contains a listing for another game called Gunslinger that was published 4 years before this one, by a different company. I don't know anything about it, but apparently you control a gang of outlaws, instead of an individual character, as in the Hamblen version.
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8. Board Game: Title Bout [Average Rating:6.54 Overall Rank:3358]
Ken H.
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...and from Westerns to boxing.

Wow, this one is fun. It's almost more of a simulation than a game, though. I seem to recall very little in the way of decision making. (Some, but not a lot.) It plays great as a solitaire game, though, which is how I usually played it.

I once ran a tournament where every heavy-weight boxer throughout history fought in a giant single-elimination bracket. The final two were Gene Tunney and the great Joe Louis. Tunney won, mostly because Louis broke his hand from hitting Tunney so much.

There are at least 2 other boxing games on the geek, but little information about them.
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9. Board Game: Superstar Pro Wrestling Game [Average Rating:7.16 Overall Rank:6751]
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Highly rated by the 6 people who have rated it. I know nothing about it, and it's not exactly my genre of choice. There are several other rasslin' games on the geek, but this appears to be the only one rated by more than one person.
 
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10. Board Game: Kung Fu Fighting [Average Rating:6.16 Overall Rank:2475]
Ken H.
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Apparently this is a card game of martial arts combat for 2 to 6 players. It sounds pretty cool, but it's very new (2004 release) and is only rated by 3 people so far. I don't know anything about it, but it fits the list, and it's nice to have another dueling sub-genre represented.
 
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11. Board Game: Tournament: Melee [Average Rating:4.50 Unranked]
Ken H.
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I know nothing about this, either. I found it when I was looking up the ID for SJ's Melee. This is NOT an SJ game, but looks like it involves individual combat between medieval warriors.

It was published by a company called "Bearhug Publications". I've never heard of them, but judging by their list of games on this site, I should look into it. They have 11 games listed, several of which appear to involve man to man combat. The list includes things like Tournament: Jousting, and Bushi: Sword vs. Sword.

It's one vs. one combat, but it is slightly more involved because you play three duels simultaneously.

Why have I never heard of these games before?
 
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12. Board Game: Gladiator: Men vs. Men [Average Rating:5.25 Unranked]
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Another by the mysterious Bearhug Publications. They also have one called Gladiator: Men vs. Animals.
 
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13. Board Game: Gladiator [Average Rating:6.46 Overall Rank:2629]
Ken H.
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Let's see...
1982, check
Avalon Hills, check.
Gladiators, check.

Hey, this is my domain.... Why have I never played this?
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14. Board Game: Glider-Pit Gladiators [Average Rating:5.86 Unranked]
Ken H.
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I know nothing about it. I see that it is a free web published game. I'll have to take a look.
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15. Board Game: En Garde [Average Rating:6.51 Overall Rank:1381]
Ken H.
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A 1993 Reiner Knizia card game about fencing. As with many games on this list, I've never heard of it.

Note that there is a 1975 fencing game that is also called En Garde, which I *have* heard of. I didn't list that one because it's really more of a role-playing game. Plus, it's anything but elegant.
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16. Board Game: Duel [Average Rating:5.91 Unranked]
Ken H.
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Another fencing card game. Looks pretty cool, but I never heard of it. The description makes it sound almost exactly like Knizia's En Garde, except that it came out 10 years earlier.
 
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17. Board Game: Duel Masters Trading Card Game [Average Rating:6.09 Overall Rank:5219]
Ken H.
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No, this WotC card game does NOT fit the list. I included it for a completely different reason. Back in the late 80's / early 90's there used to be a play-by-mail game called Duel Masters. It was operated by Reality Simulations, Inc. out of Arizona, and was a fantastic dueling game.

I stopped playing aroung 1993, right before the internet killed the entire PBM industry (probably with some help from M:tG). But it was such a fun game that I had to mention it, even though it's not a board game.
 
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18. Board Game: Gladiators [Average Rating:5.85 Unranked]
Rob Rob
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1975 by Fantasy Games Unlimited (FGU). Gladiatorial combat in ancient Rome. Hex based man to man combat using counters or miniatures (scaled for both 54mm or 25mm). Players used a tic-tac-toe like grid to locate their attack or defense. Comparisons of various factors and shield location gave combat results.
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19. Board Game: AFCQB [Average Rating:0.00 Unranked]
Chris Heinzmann
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AFCQB, yes I made it but it's for this list. I use 3 inch action figures for the game. FREE! FAST! FUN!

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This free game is designed to be a fast and simple game to use with action figures. I prefer Stikfas©, but you can use other figures around 3" tall if you have them. The 1/18th scale BBI figures are excellent as well as GIJOE. I have kept the weapons ranges low because I wanted to be able to play on a kitchen table or within a 3 ~ 4 ft. square area. Damage is high, guns will kill your figure just like in real life so planning, cover, and a little luck is needed if your figure is to survive. You can use whatever you like for 'terrain'. I made buildings' out of some small boxes.
 
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20. Board Game: Lunch Money [Average Rating:5.67 Overall Rank:6579]
 
Ed Sherman
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Lunch Money would fit the bill, if you can stand the art...
 
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21. Board Game: Swashbuckler [Average Rating:6.89 Overall Rank:2592]
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This one has individuals pitted against one another, and usually, it's "All for one, and ONE for all!" You could control a couple of characters at the same time, if you wanted to make an entire Tavern, or Shipboard 'Melee' ensue!
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22. Board Game: Bounty Hunter: Shootout at the Saloon [Average Rating:5.33 Overall Rank:9465]
Andrea Angiolino
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The genial system of Ace of Aces applied to a duel between a sheriff and an outlaw. Later on, the concept will be firtherly developed in the Lost World booklets collection.
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23. Board Game: Ringside [Average Rating:5.16 Unranked]
Dave Bullions
England
Hayes
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Issued as part of the OOP "Best of Dragon Magazine Games" http://www.boardgamegeek.com/game/5811
 
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24. Board Game: Star Wars: Episode 1 – Clash of the Lightsabers [Average Rating:6.33 Overall Rank:2361]
Todd
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Cleveland
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qui-gon vs darth mual. I own it but have never played it
 
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25. Board Game: Shapeshifters [Average Rating:6.15 Overall Rank:6381]
Brian Leet
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Montpelier
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This game is best with more than two players, but each player always controls exactly one wizard. Not many spells here, most of the focus is on trying to be the strongest creature at the right time to sock your opponents. Much better if you add objectives beyond basic brutality and mayhem.
 
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