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  • #78952
    vtsaogames
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    Rumble in the north Georgia woods, read all about it https://corlearshookfencibles.blogspot.com/

     

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    #78957

    Good show!

    "Do you not know, my son, with how little wisdom the world is governed?"

    Axel Oxenstierna

    #80088
    vtsaogames
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    We finished the game tonight https://corlearshookfencibles.blogspot.com/ 

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    #80090

    Love the use of the paper\card table, I do the same on occasions for small scale games as I have some old draughting sheets (though nothing of that scale).

    Also did you take part in Paul’s Napoleonic campaigns ? I suspect I opposed you on occasions

    #80125
    vtsaogames
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    Yes I did. I recall being a Spanish corps commander when a French corps was captured, to my complete surprise. I also commanded a Prussian corps and was roundly thumped. I do recall several players sending their orders to the open group, reminding me of Lee’s special orders wrapped in cigars in 1862. I have thought of trying my own version of Paul’s system but the amount of work involved always puts me off. I’m sure I was in a third campaign but can’t recall any of it.

    As for the Chickamauga game, it was a real surprise that at the end both sides ended up using mounted cavalry. The situation was so chaotic that most didn’t get a chance to dismount, which is how we usually use them.

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