• Peter Berthoud

Foreign Legion

Updated: Sep 4

Foreign Legion, A Pepys Game with Two Maps


First Published: 1960, A Pepys Game by Castell Brothers Ltd., St. Cross Street, London

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Contents: 44 Cards + Rules Booklet


Foreign Legion Box Front With Title Card
Foreign Legion Box Front With Title Card

There are 26 Mission cards, each having a letter from A-Z and a value from fifty to five-hundred, 8 Unsuccessful Mission Cards, 2 Spy cards and 8 cards that together make up two maps.



Foreign Legion: Mission cards A-I
Foreign Legion: Mission cards A-I

Foreign Legion: Mission cards J-R
Foreign Legion: Mission cards J-R

Foreign Legion: Mission cards S-Z and Spy card
Foreign Legion: Mission cards S-Z and Spy card

Foreign Legion: Spy card and Unsuccessful Mission Cards
Foreign Legion: Spy card and Unsuccessful Mission Cards

Foreign Legion: 4 cards placed to make 1 of 2 identical maps.
Foreign Legion: 4 cards placed to make 1 of 2 identical maps.

Legion: 4 map card backs placed to make 1 of 2 identical maps.
Foreign Legion: 4 map card backs placed to make 1 of 2 identical maps.

The game may not be based upon the Eagle's Luck of the Legion but it did cater for the same audience.



Game & Version Details




Foreign Legion - Card Back



Foreign Legion - Rules Front



Foreign Legion - Rules Back



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Foreign Legion - Box Back



Foreign Legion - Box Top



Foreign Legion - Box Side Left



Foreign Legion - Box Base



Foreign Legion - Box Side Right



​Foreign Legion - Box Back With Flap