03/01/2021 at 11:40 #149002
I hope you have all had a good holiday season.
We have finally got some PDF’s done for the Twilight of the Soldier Kings rules. The rules themselves are now available as a PDF and also 4 new scenarios. The scenarios are the battles of Lobositz (1756), Hastenbeck (1757), Gross Jagerdorf (1757) and Moys (1757). The Lobositz scenario also contains information on a ‘What if’ battle between the Prussians and the combined Austrian and Saxon armies involved in the campaign.
The rules and scenario PDF’s are available here – https://www.wyrehistoricbooks.co.uk/catalogue/pdf-rules-scenarios03/01/2021 at 12:00 #149003vtsaogamesParticipant
Ah, something to read while holed up for the winter!
It's never too late to have a happy childhood03/01/2021 at 14:41 #149015
Just purchased hard copy of rule book and scenario 1 bundle, fancied something new to read.03/01/2021 at 15:48 #149016
Willz: That is good. Hopefully you will be tempted to try them in a few games.03/01/2021 at 16:08 #149017
I also have just bought three of you latest pdf scenario’s, did not buy the Russian battle only because I did not want to end up painting some Russian figures.03/01/2021 at 16:22 #149018
🙂08/01/2021 at 16:51 #149234
My order arrived yesterday, excellent service. Having a read trough them I like the concept.08/01/2021 at 22:59 #149242
Great I am glad you like them 🙂27/05/2021 at 09:11 #156930
Two new scenarios are now available.
These are the battles of Bergen and Kunersdorf both in 1759. The first is a battle between the French and ‘British’ army. The second features the Prussians fighting a combined Russian and Austrian army.
They are available from https://www.wyrehistoricbooks.co.uk/catalogue/pdf-rules-scenarios10/09/2021 at 19:33 #161615
I am pleased to announce that 2 new scenarios are available for the Twilight of the Soldier Kings rules. A big thanks to Dennis and Darren for sorting this out for me. They are available here – https://www.wyrehistoricbooks.co.uk/catalogue/pdf-rules-scenarios
The new scenarios are:
Reichenberg: 21st April 1757
In the spring of 1757 the Prussian army invaded Austrian Bohemia in a number of columns. On April 21st one of these under the Duke of Brunswick-Bevern encountered an Austrian command under Count Konigsegg at Reichenberg which aimed to block the Prussian advanced. The result was the first major action of the 1757 campaign.
Reichenbach: 16th August 1762
In the closing stages of the war the Prussians were trying to retake the fortress of Schweidnitz. The Prussians had laid siege to the fortress and the Austrians decided to attack a vulnerable part of the siege lines to break the siege. Under the command of Lacy the Austrians planned to strike near Reichenbach to break the siege and on August 16th they struck.
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