114 Barrosa (5 March 1811)

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9 years 4 months ago #640 by alecrespi

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9 years 4 months ago #674 by Achtung-Panzer
I played this scenario and two Bayonet Charge cards ensured a bloody fight for the hill, claiming a general from each side!

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8 years 11 months ago #792 by Mark-McG
what to do with the Spanish seems to be the key for the scenario. In many ways they are a thorn in the side for the British, being weak offensively, a hinderance to moving British units though them, and cheaper Victory Banners for the French.

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8 years 11 months ago #793 by Bayernkini
In all of my games, most battles was indeed on the section with the hills.
Therefore the Allies should take his advantage on this section, with a fast support of the british behind, before the French can bring up more units from there backside to this section.
But at last, dice decides and the dice can be cruel :evil:

My dice are the hell!

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4 months 2 weeks ago #6968 by LARS
Replied by LARS on topic 114 Barrosa (5 March 1811)
Graham’s Guards and the Spanish win the day, but at great cost. Dilkes provided timely support in the center. Allies win 7-3.

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