The Fate of Reiters

The Last Success: Napoleon's March to Vienna, 1809

The Last Success: Napoleon's March to Vienna, 1809
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Prix : 89.00 €

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Port offert pour la France

Editeur : OSG

Référence : OSG-TLS

Format : boite

Periode : Guerres Napoléoniennes

Langue:

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These four games explore the major battles of 1809, where the French Army encountered a modernized Austrian Army under the capable Archduke Charles. Each game shows the approach to the battlefield on the day before battle. The Aspern-Essling and Wagram battlefields are on one map. Set at the scale of Napoleon's Last Battles—525 yards per hex and one hour turns—the game retains the Command System of Commanders and Corps Officers.

BATTLES SIMULATED

ABENSBERG-19-20 April 1809 Crisis on the Danube

ECKMÜHL-22-23 April 1809 Napoleon vs. the Archduke Charles

ASPERN-ESSLING-21-22 May 1809 Passage of the Danube

WAGRAM-5-6 July 1809 Battle on the Marchfeld

DESCRIPTION

Napoleon's Last Battles System, following Four Lost Battles: 525 yards (480 meters) per hex, 1 hour per turn, 400-800 men per strength point. Each game lasts about 40 turns.

COMPONENTS

Three 22 x 34" full-color maps

Two Rulebooks (32 pages and 28 pages)

One 2" game box

Two counter sheets = 560 units

Two Four-page folders

Four player aid cards

Two decks of 50 playing cards = 100 cards