409 Prenzlau (28 October 1806)

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7 years 10 months ago #2046 by alecrespi

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7 years 10 months ago #2140 by Mark-McG
I've got no clue as the Prussians for this one. Any ideas?

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7 years 8 months ago #2385 by Michalxo
Hold 3 towns around exit hex, another inf in square and the rest of the units run away off board? :-/

I managed to get two First Strikes and destory 2 LC attacking prussian left flank.
The rest ended pretty quickly 6-4 or 6-5 for French. Easy game for him after that.
But one of the "more enjoyable" Prussian scenarios... I have to say :)

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7 years 6 months ago - 7 years 6 months ago #2502 by GG
Replied by GG on topic 409 Prenzlau (28 October 1806)
Played it twice with a friend exchanging sides ... (while we usually hate this "exchange side VP average system") and French still won 6-3 and 6-2.

I still think that no scenario, even following the historic result, should go over a 75% odds lead!
Come on: 80%, 90% and 100% (like this one) are too much!

So many solutions were possible to balance them while staying historicaly correct!

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1 year 10 months ago #6750 by NightOwl3
French 6-3 victory. The Prussians attacked in the center but did not do enough damage. The French crushed the Prussian left flank. The Prussians then attempted to exit, but it was too late. French win with a CAV. attack on the Prussian left flank.

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1 year 10 months ago #6767 by Hexagoon
Played twice. My Prussians so nearly won, a cavalry charge on the right flank wrecked the French left and a steady withdrawal towards the exit hex left me 5-4 up and a card to get off table for the winning banner. But the French Lt Inf opened up and two units went down in a hail of blue symbols. 6-5 to the ~French! next game was French all the way, 6-1 victors. Again it's a game where the French are expected to win, the fun is being Prussian and trying to win against the odds.

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1 year 9 months ago #6868 by LARS
Replied by LARS on topic 409 Prenzlau (28 October 1806)
A brutal engagement where infantry squares and heavy cavalry fought it out. The scenario ended with a dramatic but futile stand by the Prussian Guardsmen holding open the road to Prenzlau.

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1 year 7 months ago #6994 by kostas63
Vittoria Francese 6-1. La battaglia inizia con tutta l'ala destra francese che entra in combattimento contro le unità prussiane attorno a Prenzlau. I granatieri si mettono in quadrato ma l'artiglieria viene spazzata via. I prussiani danno l'ordine di marcia forzata alle fanterie nel centro che così tentano di fuggire dal campo di battaglia. La battaglia ha una svolta quando le cavallerie francesi ricevono l'ordine di caricare. Sulla sinistra Beaumont elimina la cavalleria pesante prussiana. Nel centro vengono eliminati i corazzieri e l'artiglieria a cavallo. Sulla destra francese scompare un quadrato di granatieri prussiani sotto i colpi a mitraglia dell'artiglieria a cavallo. Una vera ecatombe per i prussiani che riescono a salvare solo i granatieri della guardia prima che un'unità di dragoni francesi chiuda ogni via di fuga.

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