Deadlands: The Great Rail Wars was a skirmish oriented miniatures game produced by Pinnace Entertainment Group for the Deadlands setting. The following are the rulebooks and expansions published for the game.
|Deadlands: The Great Rail Wars||Boxed set including the core rulebook, miniatures and cards needed to start playing.||1997|
|Reinforcements||Extra copies of the unit cards in the original boxed set, as well as blank troop cards for creating new units.||1997|
|Derailed||Adds rules for oversized land, air and sea rigs, as well as trains, including the required troop cards, upgrade cards and counters.||1998|
|A Fist Full of Ghost Rock||Includes expanded rules for duels, experience and veteran troops, as well as a number of new scenarios.||1998|
|Dogs o' War||Adds a number of new troops for every faction, as well as a new scenario which follows on from one of those included in A Fist Full of Ghost Rock||1998|
|Cry Havoc||Adds two new hero classes, as well as new spells, Harrowed powers, gizmos, Edges and Hindrances. Adds new rules for battlefields, duelling and weather effects.||1998|
|Raid on Roswell||A scenario focussed on mysterious flying disc seen over Fort 51, and the race between the various Rail Barons to secure its mysteries for themselves.||2001|
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