217 Crossing the Berezina (27-28 November 1812)

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9 years 3 months ago #1007 by alecrespi

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8 years 3 weeks ago - 8 years 3 weeks ago #1616 by Mark-McG
for balance in this scenario, make the Bridge a Temporary 2 Victory Banner Objective hex for both sides.
www.ccnapoleonics.net/Rules/Expansion-2/...nts-expansion-2.html

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7 years 4 months ago #2445 by Combi
Russian win 7 - 4

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5 years 5 months ago #4409 by Gregg
I haven't played this one yet, just getting my Russian expansion just this week. However, I did think it was odd that the bridge over the Berezina was not an objective given how critical it was. It also seems that the bridge should either be an objective hex or there should be a special victory condition for the French to cross the river or exit the map since that is what they were trying to do.

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1 year 9 months ago #6654 by gusi
Russian 7-4

Fun scenario, took about 2 hrs

French crossed the river and moved all their units to their left flank. Then assaulted the Russians on their right. It was quite a close game.

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