220 Craonne (7 March 1814)

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7 years 7 months ago #1033 by alecrespi

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7 years 6 months ago #1078 by Bayernkini
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for those, who want know more about the battle or want use the maps
to setup a "Epic" Craonne :)

My dice are the hell!

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4 years 1 month ago - 4 years 1 month ago #3911 by tlangston28
French 10 banners - Russians 4 banners
Played as the French with tactician cards against TheMP. The battle started on the French right, going back and forth with the French holding a slight lead and able to get the YG into Ailles. I started with 2 Cavalry charges in hand plus 2 break the squares tactician cards so for the next several turns, I tried when I could to get the cavalry in place for a charge. When the opportunity arose, A cavalry charge combined with the 2 break square cards were able to increase the banner count for the french to a point where 1 banner was needed which was won on the next turn by forcing a FA unit to retreat into elimination.

I think I had an extraordinary hand of tact and command cards which ultimately gave me the upper hand. We will play this one again without the tact cards to see what results can occur in a "classic" battle. I think this is a tough one for the Russians but we will see.
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