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PostPosted: Mon Jan 22, 2018 10:01 am 

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Havoc and I are looking for a balanced France 1814 game to play.  Any suggestions? 



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PostPosted: Tue Jan 23, 2018 9:56 am 

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The Battle of the Mincio scenarios are good. Both sides attack AND defend in that one.

Montmirail v.3 has Rothenberg's division arriving to bolster the French forces making it harder for the Allies. French have to play patient until he arrives and then can launch their attack. Prussians arrive later to threaten the French right flank/reinforce the Russians.

I want to add in more variant situations for this title as the historical scenarios are usually one sided (one side has a lot more forces than the other).

Thus I highly suggest you try one of the variant battle scenarios, Jim!

Bill Peters - Prussian civilian observer
Scenario Designer for John Tiller Software "Napoleonic Battles" and "Panzer Campigns" series games

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