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PS06 Austerlitz - Left Flank (2 December 1805)

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Total plays 1 - Last reported by Bayernkini on 2016-05-16 16:30:16

Austerlitz - Left Flank

2 December 1805

Historical Background

The stage is set. The battle lines are drawn and you are in command. Can you change history?

 

Set-Up Order

Hill 6
HillEntrenchments2 1
Town 5
1

 

Battle Notes

Allied Army - Russian and Austrian Army
• Commander: Bagration
• 5 Command Cards
• Optional 4 Tactician Cards

Line Infantry Light Infantry Guard Light Infantry Light Cavalry Heavy Cavalry Militia Cossack Cavalry Horse Artillery Leader
3 2 1 3 2 2 1 3

French Army
• Commander: Lannes
• 5 Command Cards
• Optional 4 Tactician Cards
• Move First

Line Infantry Light Infantry Light Cavalry Cuirassier Cavalry Heavy Cavalry Horse Artillery Leader
4 2 2 2 1 1 4

 

Victory
7 Banners

Basic Rules:
• The French player gains 1 Temporary Victory Banner at the start of the turn for marked Hil with Field Works hex (Santon Hill) occupied (Temporary Victory Banner Turn Start)

• The Allied player gains 2 Temporary Victory Banner at the start of the turn for marked Hill with Field Works hex (Santon Hill) occupied (Temporary Victory Banner Turn Start)

• The French player gains 2 Temporary Victory Banner at the start of the turn for marked Tower hex (Posoritz Post) occupied (Temporary Victory Banner Turn Start)

• The Allied player gains 1 Temporary Victory Banner at the start of the turn for marked Tower hex (Posoritz Post) occupied (Temporary Victory Banner Turn Start)

• Pre-Battle Mother Russia Roll rule is in effect. Saber and cavalry rolls have no effect.

Tags: Banners: 7, Army: French, Army: Russian, Special Rule: Mother Russia, Special Rule: Temporary VB (Turn Start), Unofficial

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