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Taking advantage of the fact I could use the dining room for a second day, I reused the hex scenery set out for my ACW game earlier in the week to have Sun King game. I used a scenario from C.S. Grantís book, Programmed Wargames Scenarios, the Flank Attack. I had to reverse the map to allow for the fact my ridge ran the opposite way to that in his scenario, tweaked the scenery to make the table a bit more interesting, and then adjusted the forces so that they were more suitable for a late 17th Century engagement. I then played the scenario as if both sides were programmed.
Publication Date
31 January 2022
Link
awargamersjournal.blogspot.com/2022/01/somewhere-in-rhineland-1675-battle-of.html
Author
sunkingfan
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Categories
Battle Reports, Blog Article

Submitted by sunkingfan