GG01 Austerlitz - All In One (2 December 1805)

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9 years 3 weeks ago #5933 by GG
Historical BackgroundThe Battle of Austerlitz, also known as...

GG01 Austerlitz - All In One (2 December 1805)

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1 year 2 months ago #5934 by poppo
Does the rule ‘the French player gets 1 VB at the start of their turn if...’ mean they get a VB every turn as long as they occupy the Pratzen, so that a ten-turns occupation leads to victory after ten turns? Or not, or else?

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1 year 2 months ago #5935 by RiverWanderer
"Does the rule ‘the French player gets 1 VB at the start of their turn if...’ mean they get a VB every turn as long as they occupy the Pratzen, so that a ten-turns occupation leads to victory after ten turns? Or not, or else?"

GG may answer definitively.

Following the standard pattern, this condition would simply mean that at the start of a French turn they get a VB if they don't already have one and that VB is immediately lost if they at any time do not occupy the Pratzen.

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1 year 2 months ago #5941 by poppo
Thank you, hence the Pratzen should be defined as ‘Temporary group victory banner objective hexes (turn start)’, which is clearer

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4 months 5 days ago #6518 by rjvonline
French victory 10-8 on 7/17/20

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