I'm very much onboard with points 1 &2, it looks like an interesting adaption of the Napoleonic theme
but I think CCN is tactical in scale, whereas the distance here are operational.
Perhaps a scenario on the two Spanish divisions attacking Campo Maior, stoutly defended by the Portuguese garrison under the command of Lieutenant-Colonel Dias Azevedo, in the same manner as Hougemont and Placenoit was done
certainly looks impressive
Glory is fleeting, but obscurity is forever.
Yes, it might be interesting. Remember that Campo Maior has resisted 17 days. When I will get time, I will do it with Guillaume's help. I have another project with the Portuguese attack from Chaves, Trás-os-Montes in northern Portugal to Verín in southern Galiza and the Spanish counterattack.
Maybe two scenarios possible.
I understand too.
For me it's sure that I'm not a wargamer but a boardgamer.
So while I created 6 scenarios and did participate in this last one I must admit that I did never check the scales. As long as the towns and leaders names are truly historic, the type, placement and quantity of units are truly historic and as long as the special rules match with the historic special circumstances: I am happy with it.
Here is the list of my scenarios and I hope their scales are more or less OK. For sure my GG05 Epic Leipzig is a huge scale but I knew it and did add several very special rules to compensate. But I tested them many time to but sur of the most important think in my opinion: THEY ARE BALANCED AND VERY FUNNY TO PLAY! Best regards - GG