Her is a very special request- Labels for the Battle of Assaye 1803 Wellington in India
British East Indian Army including British units and many Indian troops(infantry, cavalry, sappers)versus
The Maratha Confederacy which included:
European-trained line infantry, hordes of irregular infantry, Light Cavalry, artillery, and even elephant transports for ammo and artillery....that would be a very exotic army.
Bayerkini my friend, how about British and French Marine Infantry. You could call them Marines and place an anchor symbol on the label. They would have similar attributes as the Light Infantry.
Also, how about a small Irish Army for the 1798 Irish Rebellion? Irish Militia, Irish Pikemen, Irish Artillery, and Irish Light Cavalry, and a Leader. This would give us another campaign to use our British army. We would also need a abritish Militia label for the Loyalists. FYI-The French sent about 1000 marines, sailors, and regulars. PLEASE!!! It would be awesome. We can use our extra green Russian blocks too.
I would love to...BUT, I don't play with C&C rules. I only use the pieces, boards, and terrain with my own rules set. My rules are basically a miniatures rules set and bare no resemblance to C&C. I'm afraid if I tried to do that it wouldn't make sense to you guys who do play C&C. SORRY. But if you take a look at an Osprey book on the subject or look up Assaye or The Irish Rebellion of 1798 on Wikipedia I am sure you could easily develop a scenario. That's where I get most of my ideas from. Right now I am playing a Russo-Persian War game with the labels that Bayerkini so kindly posted for the Egyptian/Ottoman Army.