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306 Clash At Pordenone (15 April 1809)

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5 years 8 months ago #1251 by alecrespi

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5 years 7 months ago #1307 by Bayernkini
Ok, after a few games with this scenario, what is my mind about it :whistle:

I think, it´s one of these scenarios, in which the first turn (commandcard & dice) can already decide the game.

Therefore, a Setup with at least one row distance more between the armies, would help :)

My dice are the hell!

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4 years 7 months ago #2293 by Michalxo
Having played twice this today, I think it is pretty balanced scenario. Sure, dice and cards could make a big difference. Even turning the tide of battle (few times :D).

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2 weeks 2 days ago #5915 by Michalxo
Played this one with wife, after successful start and destroying 1/2 of French cavalry. After some bad dice on both sides, very aggressive French managed to win 5-4 (by finishing GRZ on their base line). But they were just lucky once or twice. I think French were supposed to lose at least 5-3.

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