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1 year 2 months ago #5147 by Achtung Panzer
I just played the four official 100 days scenarios as a mini campaign. After Ligny, Wavre and Quatre Bras the scores were 25:25 so it all depended on Waterloo! The French won that 9:3.

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1 year 1 month ago #5148 by soul1st
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Nice! Did you use some campaign rules? F.e. taking losses from the previous scenario into account?
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1 year 1 month ago #5149 by Achtung Panzer
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No we just played each scenario. Interestingly the Prussians did well at Ligny and Wavre so Quatre Bras became a must win game for the French, and this added real tension.

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1 year 1 month ago #5163 by misha
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I’m working on a way to use Columbia games “Napoleon” as an interface to generate the battles for CCN. Since it’s a ‘blind’ system, you have to try and keep track of your enemy armies. The blocks in the Napoleon game only have one side with unit sticker.

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