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Offline Zingara

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Re: Soldiers Of Napoleon
« Reply #30 on: September 24, 2022, 06:46:57 PM »
Picked up the rules and played a couple of solo games and with an opponent today. I would say the advice that three brigades a side will take about 3 hours (an hour per brigade) is a good guide . The cards and turn sequence keep both sides involved - and you can't guarantee anything :-).

A couple of things seem a little odd from what I've understood so far- but are more observations that could be house ruled than serious concerns. eg Heavy Cavalry intimidation seems to have the same effect on a square as troops in other formations. Also a unit that is disordered and with more disruption than stands that is due to break in the end phase can still launch effective charges eg 6 strong professional cuirassier regiment in column of attack gets 6 die (6 bases +2 shock -1 column of attack, -2 disorder, +1 superior quality) hitting on 3's.

I get the feeling large units tend to do better.

Overall I've enjoyed playing so far, and importantly the non napoleonic opposition enjoyed them too.

Offline has.been

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Re: Soldiers Of Napoleon
« Reply #31 on: September 24, 2022, 08:01:58 PM »
Nice bit of teasing there Gregor.
Any more about the battles?


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