Pas de Charge!
Divisional- to Corps-level battles, from
1800-1815. The game sequence is:
- order writing
- announce charges
- announce counter-charges
Both sides act simultaneously. Infantry
fire is by figure, times a modified dice roll, then divided by ten for casualties. Artillery fire is similar. Casualties cause morale checks, which can lead to fall backs, forced backs, or routs.
- George Nafziger
- Z&M Publishing Enterprises, Inc.
- Year Published
- Out of Print
- 40-page, 5.5" x 8.5" booklet, including 4 pages of consolidated charts, 4 pages of organizational info, a 2-page glossary, and a bibliography on the back inside cover. Black-and-white photos.
- One infantry or cavalry figure represents 60 men. One game turn represents 30 minutes. The ground scale is 1" = 20 yards. Designed for use with 25mm figures.
- By company (approximately for some countries; exactly for others)
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