Something I was looking for yesterday was the rules for a particular terrain type. The terrain in question was a Mill. Took me a little while to find, because I had to search through each Expansion rules until I found it.
If it isn't too much trouble, could the various terrain rules that are currently scattered between the Expansion that they are introduced be centralised to a single section, or as I think about it, maybe just a list of links to the relevant section where they currently reside.
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The file linked to above is the Terrain Tile Effects Chart that came with the Austrians expansion. It includes all the different terrains from all the expansions and the base game. It's the only terrain reference I use when I play; the earlier charts are now ins storage. I suspect that when the Prussians are released, there might be a new version of this chart included.
I agree with Mark, a subfolder/section "Terrain", similar the subfolder "Units", with a complete list of all available terrain tiles, would be usefull.
I send Alessandro just an email, that he can add such a subfolder next
But beware, that "Units" section is full of small errors and missing Units.
For example Russian GR fire after movement rounds up not down..
French OG can ignore 2 flags not one as listed.
There are missing Russian GG and GLT units.
And that's where I stopped looking at it. So maybe just a scanned paper would be enough to use. In order to not make similar other small errors...
You are right, but Alessandro works now on 4 "CC" websites and this at his free time, so its always possible, that he makes little mistakes, therefore each user here, can contact him, if he find any mistake, so he can fix it
But i try to take a look on the complete unit list this weekend also, and send him then a list of "mistakes", which i detect
I try again, to offer the fixed complete charts (which are used in the Vassal module) as download files here.
There is no man more pusillanimous than I when I am planning a campaign. I purposely exaggerate all the dangers and all the calamities that the circumstances make possible. I am in a thoroughly painful state of agitation. This does not keep me from looking quite serene in front of my entourage; I am like an unmarried girl laboring with child. Once I have made up my mind, everything is forgotten except what leads to success.~Napoleon