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002. Action at Löwenberg - JTS Campaign Leipzig

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002. Action at Löwenberg

By Bill Peters
Allies (Nap) 8 - 1 - 5 French (Nap)
Rating: 7.91 (16)
Games Played: 14
SM: 4
Turns: 42
Type: Custom
First Side: Allies (Nap)
Second Side: French (Nap)
19 August 1813 - Historical - Intended to be played Head to Head - Napoleon put Ney over four infantry corps and a cavarly corps and named it the Army of the Bober. Two of those corps, V & XI Corps were ordered to press on to Löwenberg and cross the Bober River. Facing them were elements of the Army of Silesia under Blücher. The goal in this scenario as the French player is to hold the village and gain a crossing over the Bober river if possible.
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Eckerslyke's ProfileEckerslyke Well Balanced 7
BigDuke66's ProfileBigDuke66 Well Balanced 7
Chosen Man's ProfileChosen Man Slightly Pro Allies (Nap) 7
Eckerslyke's ProfileEckerslyke Well Balanced 7
PBless's ProfilePBless Slightly Pro Allies (Nap) 8
Chosen Man
1st Lieutenant
Chosen Man Tue Dec 06, 2016 11:49 am
Two distinct phases
Chosen Man
1st Lieutenant
Chosen Man Sat Apr 15, 2017 5:09 pm
Interesting especially if played to a conclusion
Chosen Man
1st Lieutenant
Chosen Man Thu Feb 07, 2019 4:22 pm
Which ever side you play it's all down to tactics
Private 1st Class
Saddlesore Sun Mar 03, 2019 3:43 pm
The French have an advantage early on by being able to chose the ground to fight. They also have advantage in guns. If the French player stays on defense and doesn't attempt to go on the offensive they will retain the advantage. As Chosen Man said, it's all about tactics.
Chosen Man
1st Lieutenant
Chosen Man Mon Mar 11, 2019 10:11 pm
A few alternatives