Tolentino, 3rd May 1815

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1 month 5 days ago #6215 by RiverWanderer
My other foray into Hundred Days scenarios - this one based on the second day of the Battle of Tolentino. This version seemed to play ok, though perhaps the unit substitutions could be simplified.

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1 month 3 days ago #6217 by Mark-McG
Replied by Mark-McG on topic Tolentino, 3rd May 1815
unsure what this means
French Light and French Grenadiers - Naples Guard Infantry. Treat as French but designated as Guard.
French cavalry units - Naples Guard Cavalry. Treat as French but designated as Guard.


so what I think this means is that they are treated as French Light Cavalry, Grenadiers, but could also mean they are treated as Guard Light Cavalry or Grenadier Guard. Also be difficult to interpret what happens in Bayonet Charge and Cavalry Charge.

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1 month 1 day ago #6218 by RiverWanderer

Mark-McG wrote: unsure what this means
French Light and French Grenadiers - Naples Guard Infantry. Treat as French but designated as Guard.
French cavalry units - Naples Guard Cavalry. Treat as French but designated as Guard.


so what I think this means is that they are treated as French Light Cavalry, Grenadiers, but could also mean they are treated as Guard Light Cavalry or Grenadier Guard. Also be difficult to interpret what happens in Bayonet Charge and Cavalry Charge.


Mark - thank you for having a look. I will need to clarify the wording.

This revision might do it:-
French Light and French Grenadiers - Naples Guard Infantry. Treat as Guard for Bayonet Charge.
French cavalry units - Naples Guard Cavalry. Treat as Guard for Cavalry Charge.

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1 month 1 day ago #6219 by Mark-McG
Replied by Mark-McG on topic Tolentino, 3rd May 1815
as an idle thought, would the Spanish work as the Neopolitans with less Special rules?
Perhaps with the odd French and Portuguese unit as well to differentiate Guard units.

Somehow I've never regarded the Neopolitan army as very good.

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