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valerio Inactive Member15 Apr 2017 1:27 a.m. PST

Hi guys, we just posted an AAR of a french vs austran game with Irregular minis, check the pics here:

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Shedman15 Apr 2017 4:42 a.m. PST

Nice and well done for using Weigle's 1859 – how did you find the rules?

Sbruzzate di Sotto

Is this a fictitious or historical battle? I tried to google it but nothing came up

Personal logo PzGeneral Supporting Member of TMP15 Apr 2017 5:17 a.m. PST

Nice to see Irregular Miniatures going at it….love the little guys…

Dave

KTravlos Supporting Member of TMP15 Apr 2017 5:24 a.m. PST

Dave there might be an application or extension you can add to your browser for that. I think Google Chrome should do it by itself.

mollinary16 Apr 2017 2:19 a.m. PST

I would guess fictitious with an Austrian General called Wienerschnitzel!

Mollinary

valerio Inactive Member16 Apr 2017 10:20 a.m. PST

Thanks guys! Shedman, I really liked the rules even if I only played a brigade per side while it is really made for whole corps. I think it gives the right feeling. I wish the rules were more clear in some points tought, for example on the charge sequence for example. Anywy if you likw the period you should buy the rules even if only for the complete orbats and maps for all the battles and the very good discussion of tactical and technological challenges of that war.

And yes, Sbruzzate di sotto does not exist… But it exists in popular culture. It is a fictitous and funny-sounding name for a verysmall provincial town, so if you want to make fun of someone who is not very sophisticated you tell him, "where do you come from, Sbruzzate di sotto?!". It also sounds very "lombard" so I tought it was appropriate..

Shedman17 Apr 2017 3:43 a.m. PST

Valerio – thanks – I have all of Bruce's 19th Century rules for the very reasons you cite

I prefer to use Bloody Big Battles for my 1859 games as they are a lot easier to comprehend

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