102 Brandywine - Washington's Attack (11 September 1777)

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2 years 5 months ago #316 by alecrespi

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2 years 5 months ago #326 by Mark McG
Brandywine (Washington’s Attack) Scenario (Page 11)
Update: In the Brandywine (Washington’s Attack) scenario, the Regular Continental unit on the road inbetween the two guns is a Light Infantry unit not a Regular. In addition, Opening Cannonade rules are in
effect. (RB)
Q: If a single Continental unit is on a Hill Hex on the British side of the Brandywine, can that unit claim
two Banners at the same time -- one for being on the British side of the River and one for being on a Hill
Hex on the British side of the River?
A: YES. A CONTINENTAL UNIT ON A HILL HEX ON THE BRITISH SIDE OF THE
BRANDYWINE WILL COUNT AS TWO BANNERS. (RB)

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1 year 11 months ago #488 by kduke42
I'd love to see this as a pdf!

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1 year 11 months ago #500 by ozzie
The Americans stormed across the river and before long had a 4 banner to zero lead. A couple more combats and victory would be theirs. Sadly, they ran out of steam and the cards to keep pushing units forward and the British counterattack ended in a 6-3 British victory as the early American gains of sectors and hills was erased.

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1 year 4 months ago #634 by apergis1@verizon.net
My wife has beaten me three times in a row as the British. Maybe I can win a few and turn it around.
When we played with me as the British it was about 50 50,

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