Overview The Battle of Castle Itter was fought in the Austrian village of Itter on 5 May 1945, in the last times of the War in Europe during World War II. US soldiers joined forces using Wehrmacht infantrymen, an SS officer, also an Austrian resistance fighter, also lately freed French prisoners of war to protect the castle against an attacking force in the 17th SS Panzergrenadier Division. Object of the Game During a match of Castle Itter, you take the function of the force which defended the castle from on 5 May 1945. The objective of the game is to last until the SS deck is depleted, without permitting SS Counters to achieve the castle. You score points for every Defender that survives the attack and lose points for every SS Counter staying on the board in the conclusion of the match - that the higher your score, the greater. Valiant Defense Castle Itter is the next design in the Valiant Defense series, and the sequel into Pavlov's House, one of the top rated wargames of 2018. The Valiant Defense collection lets you play incredible stories of courage, using small forces holding the line against unthinkable odds. Games in the series concentrate on the person defenders and are deeply rooted in history, while providing a fast play experience using a mild complexity ruleset. The artist for this particular project would be Matt Whitethe designer of Panzer Orders and Until the Bitter End.