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043 Waterloo_Wavre Historical - HPS/JTS Campaign Waterloo

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043 Waterloo_Wavre Historical

By Charlie Cutshall
French (Nap) 5 - 0 - 7 Allies (Nap)
Rating: 8.02 (12)
Games Played: 12
SM: 5
Turns: 52
Type: Custom
First Side: French (Nap)
Second Side: Allies (Nap)
The Battles of Waterloo and Wavre (historical setup) - June 18, 1815 - (Large scenario) - This scenario places all French, Prussian and Anglo-Allied forces present at Waterloo and Wavre on the battlefield. Units have been fixed and have variable and fixed release times to simulate the historical fog of war. At Waterloo Napoleon has his troops assembled for the assault. Wellington's troops are deployed and ready. Grouchy is approaching Wavre cautiously. Blucher has detached Thielemann and his III Korps to protect the Prussian rear.
Player Voting Stats
Member Balance Enjoyment
The_General's ProfileThe_General Moderately Pro Allies (Nap) 9
The_General's ProfileThe_General Slightly Pro Allies (Nap) 9
Bilco's ProfileBilco Slightly Pro Allies (Nap) 8
Lucid's ProfileLucid Well Balanced 8
agmoss99's Profileagmoss99 Well Balanced 8
agmoss99
Lieutenant General
agmoss99 Thu Apr 30, 2020 3:19 pm
French lost a lot of guns and leaders and that swung it my way. Just as well as the prussians refused to budge.
agmoss99
Lieutenant General
agmoss99 Thu Jul 23, 2020 7:02 pm
The new No Detached Melee rule caused all sorts of issues. In the end a routed skirmisher prevented the French from retreating off the exit hex as the French units remaining were all detached.

Points for supply. Also a big issue as they are worth so much. And exiting them is now worth points.

Pretty absurd to have the French heading to Brussels with a large allied army in the rear. Should be no exit hexes or at least one in the south for the allies.
Nalla99
Private 1st Class
Nalla99 Thu Jul 23, 2020 7:30 pm
Tough fight for the French.