| ||Operational-level Napoleonic game, in which armies maneuver about the countryside before closing for battle. Players take the roles of corp commanders. Unique fast-play, "hit-less" combat system, based on morale. Designed as a beginners' game.|
|Scale||One infantry stand represents 2,000-3,000 men; one cavalry stand is 500-750 men; one artillery stand is a single battery. Basic unit is the brigade. Ground scale is 1" = 1 mile. One turn represents a half-hour.|
|Basing||Doesn't matter, as long as all stands are about the same size.|
|Contents||16-page digest-sized rulebook, reference chart, scenario map.|
|Designer||Russ Lockwood (email@example.com).|
|Publisher||First edition published 1994 by Lockwood Productions. Distributed as shareware.|
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|29 November 1996||reformatted|
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|6 April 1996||reorganized|
|17 March 1995||link to Rules Clarifications page|
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