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    Jemima Fawr
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    As mentioned in my previous thread, our bicentennial Waterloo game in 18th June 2015 was mainly for ‘public consumption’.  We set the game up again during the following weekend to give it a ‘proper’ go over two days:

    Waterloo Bicentennial Refight II: The History Book On The Shelf Is Always Repeating Itself

    My wargames blog: http://www.jemimafawr.co.uk/

    #93656
    Just Jack
    Participant

    Wow, what a fight, but not again with the ending!!! 😉

    I concur with the Allies having the upper hand, but you never know. As they say, that’s why you play the game.

    Once again Picton accounted himself well, if under considerably more pressure, but battle honors must go to Tripp’s Carabiniers, who seemingly cleaned up half the battlefield!

    Great stuff, thanks for posting.

    V/R,

    Jack

    #93657
    Jemima Fawr
    Participant

    Tell me about it… Time and time again, we fight games that don’t end!  It doesn’t matter how much time we allocate… 🙁

    Yes, Picton certainly had a few hair-raising moments, but survived again!  The Charge of the Carabiniers was quite something, as were the repeated exploits of the 2nd Nassau Regt, who captured two French generals.

    My wargames blog: http://www.jemimafawr.co.uk/

    #93658
    Whirlwind
    Participant

    Very nice, I really enjoyed that.

     

    Time and time again, we fight games that don’t end! It doesn’t matter how much time we allocate… 🙁

    How does that happen (genuinely curious)?

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    #93675
    Jemima Fawr
    Participant

    It’s the Law of Wargaming Thermodynamics.

    My wargames blog: http://www.jemimafawr.co.uk/

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