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tisdag 27 mars 2012

The French Division


As Anders the younger already had bought the prussians long before I chose to start with napoleonics I had limited choices. But at first I was planning to make russians so that I would be able to fight side by side with Anders the younger against a common foe. With the lack of opponents and the thirst for glory I decided to play as the french. I'm very happy with my decision now as I greatly enjoy the history, painting and modeling of the french army.

Regards,

Anders the elder


General de Division command stand

Artillery Detachment
-         - 3 6-pounder cannons, 1 5,5-Howitzer, Unit rating: Drilled

1st Brigade
-         - General de Brigade command stand
-         - 1st Battalion , Unit rating: Drilled-Elite
-         - 2nd Battalion, Unit rating: Drilled
-         - 3rd Battalion, Unit rating: Drilled
-         - 4th Battalion, Unit rating: Recruit

2nd Brigade
-         - General de Brigade command stand
-         - 1st Battalion , Unit rating: Drilled-Elite
-         - 2nd Battalion, Unit rating: Drilled
-         - 3rd Battalion, Unit rating: Drilled
-         - 5th Battalion, Unit rating: Recruit

Heavy Cavalry Brigade
-         - Line dragoon Squadron Unit rating: Drilled
-         - Cuirassier Squadron Unit rating: Veteran-Elite
-         - Cuirassier Squadron Unit rating: Veteran-Elite

French line battalion

3 kommentarer:

  1. Nice to see this blog, and I wish you both well. I hope to hear your comments about R2E, how you came to choose it over other rule sets etc. I also look forward to hearing how you progress with your painting and playing.

    SvaraRadera
  2. Hi Marc,

    Thank you for the kind words. The plan is that we will put up a detailed post about R2E by next weekend together with a painting guide for our regular line battalions.

    My experience from the few test games of R2E I have played so far have been mixed positive. I really enjoyed the focus on maneuvering and the willingness to play aggressive, what I didn't like were the convoluted way everything is written.

    Regards, Anders the elder

    SvaraRadera

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