Pyrenees (July 1813)

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9 years 8 months ago #394 by pascal72
Hello,

With Hawkmoon von Koln, we have made a pack with new scenarios for the two main battles of this campaign :



Still in beta version, but you can test it here
(this pack contains one pdf and one vassal savegame for each battle).

Enjoy..

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9 years 8 months ago #395 by Bayernkini
Replied by Bayernkini on topic Re: Pyrenees (July 1813)
Very good, because i need some "new" scenarios for upcoming Mini-Tournament 03

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9 years 8 months ago #398 by Bayernkini
Replied by Bayernkini on topic Re: Pyrenees (July 1813)
The vassal module i can only join as "observer" or as "Allies".

You should setup the scenarios offline as observer, then retire
at least twice and become again each as observer, then save it as observer.

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9 years 8 months ago #400 by Bayernkini
Replied by Bayernkini on topic Re: Pyrenees (July 1813)
Sorauren Scenario: Get the player immediately the 2 objective VP for majority
of the 5 hills, or are these a "At players turn start" objectives?

And if you open for each scenario a different thread, it would be better for
upcoming questinons and direct link to scenario map and vassal savefiles

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9 years 8 months ago #403 by pascal72
Replied by pascal72 on topic Re: Pyrenees (July 1813)
Thank you for noticing that Michael and also for testing : for those who already downloaded the pack, I made a small patch

The pack is now modified, sorry for that but I am not familiar with Vassal.

Yes, I'll make two different threads for the final versions..;)

I let Hawkmoon answer your question about Sorauren's objectives as this is his idea...:cheer:

cheers

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9 years 8 months ago #405 by Hawkmoon-von-Köln
To show and represent the brutality of the fight (and also give a little advantage to anglo-portuguese troops...), the VP are effective at the beginning of the turn.
The player has to get the majority upon the 5 hexes of hill ; if there's an equality, the VP are not gained by anyone.

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of true metal of steel
While others bands play,
we eat happy meal
In the forest of minerals,
The posers we kill !
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9 years 8 months ago #418 by Bayernkini
Replied by Bayernkini on topic Re: Pyrenees (July 1813)
Sorauren Scenario:

To show and represent the brutality of the fight (and also give a little advantage to anglo-portuguese troops...)


Well, the setup it´s a big advantage for allies, if the french get no
2 hex-move cards (or to late),
nevertheless, i could win with french once close and with luck ;)

I think, i use this for next online Mini-Tournament 3

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9 years 8 months ago #419 by Hawkmoon-von-Köln
In fact, in testing phase, French won almost games and Sorauren is an allied victory... So we decided to set this advantage to make the Allied having a good chance to win.

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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9 years 7 months ago #445 by Bayernkini
Replied by Bayernkini on topic Re: Pyrenees (July 1813)
Scenario: Roncesvalles Pass:

I would give the french only 5 and the british 6 command cards.
That would make the scenario a little bit more balanced :whistle:

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9 years 7 months ago #446 by Conrad-Kinch
Where do I find these scenarios?

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