Battle of Elchingen 1805 Scenario

I’ve recently finished the first scenario for Tabletop Simulator which can be used by playtesters. The Battle of Elchingen was chosen as the battle itself takes place between two fairly small and evenly matched forces of French and Austrians. The battle itself took place three days after the Battle of Haslach-Jungingen where the Austrians wereContinue reading “Battle of Elchingen 1805 Scenario”

Revised Russian Units for v0.3.1

Following the updated rulebook I’ve re-written the Russian unit stats to go alongside these. INFANTRY UNITS You’ll see that I’ve divided the main infantry (line and light) into three rungs of Recruit, Trained and Veteran. This is to reflect the training and experience of units in campaign situations. If playing matched play games I wouldContinue reading “Revised Russian Units for v0.3.1”

Clausewitz Available on Steam Workshop for Tabletop Simulator

Okay, this is a pretty big deal for me. I’ve spent the last week and a half putting the finishing touches to the Clausewitz Mod for Tabletop Simulator! This is available to download now from the Steam Workshop. The mod includes all of the British and French units, and future updates will include other armiesContinue reading “Clausewitz Available on Steam Workshop for Tabletop Simulator”

French Infantry Units

I do a deep dive into the main French Infantry units and their various incarnations during the wars and what their rules would be in Clausewitz.

Russian Artillery Units

Up to the Austerlitz campaign the Russian artillery was often found to be woefully under prepared, with the Russians only able to carry half of the ammunition the Austrians could in their caissons. The horse were also underfed and badly tended. This was to change however with Sir Wilson (who was attached to the RussianContinue reading “Russian Artillery Units”

Russian Infantry Units

“The Russians had to be beaten down man by man … our soldiers fired upon them at 25 paces, they continued their march without replying, every regiment filed past, without saying a word, or slackening its pace for a moment. The streets were filled with dying and wounded, but not a groan was heard …Continue reading “Russian Infantry Units”

Austrian Artillery Units

A summary of the Austrian Artillery units during the Napoleonic War for the game Clausewitz

Austrian Cavalry Units

summary of the Austrian cavalry unit skills and rules for Clausewitz

Austrian Infantry Units

A run through of the Austrian infantry units for use in Clausewitz.