516 Orthez - French Right (27 February 1814)

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5 years 3 months ago #2821 by alecrespi

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5 years 3 months ago #2824 by Bayernkini
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- Years: Peninsular War
- Army: French / Allies
- Game Box: Marshals&Tactician
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My dice are the hell!

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4 years 11 months ago #3076 by GG
What was looking as an easy victory for the allies at the very start (5-1 lead) beacame a surprising loss 7-8 and victory for France. A very surprising scenario: The many forest and opposing hills & Towns are breaking the numerous allies waves ... Can't wait to see the other player's reports!

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4 years 11 months ago #3122 by Hawkmoon-von-Köln
We've been playing it with Leboucher last friday.

1st round : Allies were beaten 8/2 (the dices were very bad for Leboucher and the victory was gained in the centre).
2nd round : Allies won by 8/3 using in the beginning a "La Grande Manoeuvre" and a Short Supply on the unit in the church.

Managing his hand is still difficult in this quasi-first game...

We ride the tricycles
of true metal of steel
While others bands play,
we eat happy meal
In the forest of minerals,
The posers we kill !
Nanowar of Steel (Blood of the Queens)

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1 week 16 hours ago #6705 by RiverWanderer
The published scenario has an extra Forest tile - in the middle section 2nd hex to the right of the hills where Rouget is positioned behind. Vassal module 3.42 also has the tile missing.

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