Thank you! In Blucher, you have a choice with artillery; you can either bundle three guns together to for a separate battery; or spread those three guns across three brigades. Putting them in brigades gives you an extra dice when firing with that particular brigade, whereas when they are in a battery, each time they fire they fire at a reduced amount of dice. So it allows you to decide how to field them really. I have a few battery bases completed already, but there is more to come!
Thank you, I’m glad you enjoyed it. The development of British infantry tactics is really misunderstood generally. Many people think they hardly changed from the Napoleonic period, but this is simply untrue. When you have a problem like trench warfare, you have to develop to combat it and the British certainly did!