MM05 Assaye (23 September 1803)

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5 years 3 months ago #3435 by alecrespi
Assaye - 23 September 1803
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MM05 Assaye (23 September 1803)

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4 years 6 months ago #3436 by Timothy
This one was actually more balanced than I thought it would be. As is my usual I play as the British. My brother played the Mahratha. His bad hand let him only attach with his right in the first few turns and I managed to bring my grenadiers and horse artillery to bear and take out two of his guns. I brought up some light cav which got crushed and lost Maxwell but my line infantry and horse artillery managed to disable the last field gun. I captured assaye and eliminated two other units supporting it at the cost of one of my grenadiers. British win 6-3

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2 years 3 months ago #5333 by Bayernkini
Just saw another scenario variant from Konrad Kinch in the
Miniature Wargames 224 - August 2018.


My dice are the hell!
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2 years 3 months ago - 2 years 3 months ago #5334 by Mark-McG
well I can tell who the English are.. the Mahratha are the Spanish? Anyone's guess who the Portuguese are, and the French leaders are with the Mahratha.

the Special Rules must be lengthy..

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