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Dragoon vs. Hussar


Covers the "Horse and Musket" era (1775-1830). Highly detailed rules for one-on-one mounted combat, covering blade and firearm attacks, wounds, morale, surrender, campaigns, and more. The heart of the system is a small clear plastic disk divided into 8 pie-shaped sections. This disk is placed under the figure and helps regulate turning/movement and combat range/effectiveness.

A wide variety of troop types from the period are described in game terms. For large engagements, the rules recommend that each player control a single figure.

The game can be played "out of the box" with a pair of cardstock horse and rider figures which fold over to make serviceable two-dimensional figures.


Designer
Thomas R. Coveney
Publisher
Balboa Game Company, Inc.
Status
Out of Print
Contents
Boxed set includes:
  • 25-page 8 1/2" x 11" rulebook
  • Light Cavalry movement log/record sheet
  • Heavy Cavalry movement log/record sheet
  • Card with charts and tables
  • 2 clear plastic base disks

Plastic base disk

  • 2 fold-over cardstock horses
  • 2 fold-over cardstock riders

Cardboard figures

  • 2 six-sided dice
  • 1 ten-sided die
Scale
Ground Scale Unstated
Time Scale Unstated
Figure Scale Each figure represents a single horse and rider.
Miniature ScalesIntended for use with 54mm figures, but conversions for 30mm are included.

Basing
Individual (on base disk)

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Areas of Interest

18th Century
Napoleonic
19th Century

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This entry created by Personal logo Editor in Chief Bill The Editor of TMP Fezian on 15 July 1998. Last revised by Personal logo Editor in Chief Bill The Editor of TMP Fezian on 8 November 2016.

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Dragoon vs. Hussar

Horse & Musket Era Single Combat