405 Halle - Morning (17 October 1806)

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5 years 4 months ago #2033 by alecrespi

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5 years 4 months ago #2034 by Bayernkini
And already first "mistakes" in scenario booklet.

Correct notes:
"The entire river system of the Saale is fordable. The shallow fords do not stop movement."

And both river rows are part of the "Saale" river and fordable!

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5 years 4 months ago #2055 by TRK27
Are some of the units missing from the map? It looks like there are a lot more of them under "Battle Notes" than there are on the board.
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5 years 4 months ago - 5 years 4 months ago #2058 by Bayernkini
Right, a mistake on Setup.
The French CAV must be prussian CAV.

I wished,the Units in the Scenario booklet had the clear style of the Vassal module, so you couldn´t confuse it :unsure:

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5 years 4 months ago #2064 by Bayernkini
Scenario picture fixed,
also Vassal module.

If someone find more mistakes, either on website or on Vassal module,
post it, and i try to fix it asap.

I started also to revise the "Units" section

www.ccnapoleonics.net/Rules/Units/foot-artillery-fa.html

as example, and i will check the website step by step and revise it,
if it necessary and/or usefull ;)

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5 years 3 months ago - 5 years 3 months ago #2273 by Tarheel
Someone at BGG noted an inconsistency on the CCN site vs the scenario book.

The scenario book shows the LC on french right to be French LC. The CCN shows it as Prussian. I would suspect that CCN site is in error and that the Vassal scenario likewise perpetuates the error.

(Also, the MT12 is playing this scenario, so it would make sense that anyone who has not played this scenario for that tournament, should continue to play it using the version in error, since the rest of us used the incorrect version)
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5 years 3 months ago - 5 years 3 months ago #2274 by Bayernkini
You are right Brad, the right (bottom) LC on french side is indeed a French LC.

Sadly the style of the Pictures in the Scenario book are very bad to to distinguish sometimes, they should have the clear style with colored borders as the vassal module.

Right Vassal file attached until next update, but for current tournament we should indeed play on with this "mistake".


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5 years 3 months ago #2275 by Bayernkini
Scenario pic is fixed.

And sadly that one french LC more will not help, to balance the scenario more to prussian side :whistle:

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5 years 3 months ago #2276 by Mark-McG
also should fix the OB, +1 French LC -1 Prussian LC

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