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Re: BUA for Waterloo

My horses are strip minifigs so don't need fuelling;-) I'm forgetting the scale, So just over a Mile. Seems a long way until you think. So what was the French
Mike Leese
Apr 26
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Re: A quik question on Bayonet and Saber

As Allan said You work out all the B&S first and apply the results [excluding break through outcomes] Once the B&S are all calculated you then apply the
Drew Jarman
Apr 26
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Re: A quik question on Bayonet and Saber

Breakthrough charges are carried out after all other first round B&S combats. Allan Sent from my BlackBerry 10 smartphone on the EE network. From:
Allan Mountford
Apr 26
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A quik question on Bayonet and Saber

During B&S phase two separate melees occurred 2 brigades of Russian infantry against 1 Prussian infantry Brigade and 2 inches away a unit of Russian Hussars
vonkluge2001
Apr 26
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Re: BUA for Waterloo

There is only 8" or 9" of space so fuelling is inevitable. Allan Sent from my BlackBerry 10 smartphone on the EE network. From: Mike Leese
Allan Mountford
Apr 24
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Re: BUA for Waterloo

I was going to suggest splitting the brigades as we know where the remainder of the brigade was stationed, as the size of the buildings is important, and the
Mike Leese
Apr 24
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Re: BUA for Waterloo

That s a good point Drew. And I ave the same issue with Fields of Glory Napoleonic. Napoleon's Battles have a detachments rul which allows for things like
lucaswillen
Apr 24
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Re: BUA for Waterloo

LHS barely held 800 men so only 2 stands. I did suggest a couple of years back giving it a garrison and unless totally isolated remove casualty stands from its
Drew Jarman
Apr 23
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Re: BUA for Waterloo

I would give indiviual "places" a 2x2 template, with several 2x2 and 2x3 templates for towns. The Farms seems to be fairly fortified. But I'd only place
Michael Brown
Apr 23
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BUA for Waterloo

Gents, any suggestions for BUA template sizes for simulating Waterloo?
npritchard87
Apr 23
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Re: BUA yet again

The building itself will disrupt. However you can make a special rule as opposed to a house rule. Best Regards Mike L Sent from my iPhone
Mike Leese
Apr 22
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Re: Unsecured flanks

Nope. Cavalry too. Since artillery doesn't have to roll to move it is not applicable for them, Mark D. Pawelski Executive Vice-president, Operations Phone
pawelski100
Apr 22
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Re: Unsecured flanks

...and relates to the secure or unsecure condition at the start of the move, not at the point of testing. Allan Sent from my BlackBerry 10 smartphone on the EE
Allan Mountford
Apr 22
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Re: Unsecured flanks

No, Both infantry and cavalry need both flanks to be secure to avoid the -1 on the manoeuvre table... Regards, Phil  Gents quick question - does unsecured
Phil Callcott
Apr 22
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Re: Unsecured flanks

We use the unsecured flank for both infantry and cavalry...It makes those lone hussar forays into deep behind the flank slightly less certain. To:
Doug Boggess
Apr 22
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