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”
Following the updates posted yesterday and the skirmish rules posted earlier in the week, I’ve released the latest version of the rules both on this website and on the Tabletop Simulator mod.
So following on from some further testing carried out by members of the Discord server this week, they made some excellent points in regards to some of the rules I’m going to mention below. FIRINGIt’s become more clear with testing that its not entirely clear which units can fire when performing a firing action. ThereforeContinue reading “Rulebook Adjustments”
This is just a quick post to give you all the latest rules update which includes the small changes made this week around Generals, as well as the inclusion of the Fog of War rules under advanced rules. These changes are already reflected in the Tabletop Simulator mod which has already been updated. As always,Continue reading “Clausewitz Wargame v0.3.1”
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”
As the YouTube channel is going to become busier over the next few months with playtest etc I thought it was time to have a professional looking intro to the videos. If my IT skills are proficient enough this should also start appearing past videos as of next week.
The latest copy of the Clausewitz Rules
Many thanks to those who have contacted over email, Discord, WhatsApp and Reddit to give their feedback on the latest rules. I was really pleased to have my rules read by so man people, so thank you! I’ve written the comments that were given to me below along with my responses for each. Diagrams wouldContinue reading “Feedback on v0.2 of the Rules”
Background: The Battle of Roliça took place on the 17th of August 1808. It was the first battle between British and French forces of the Peninsular War. British Lieutenant General Sir Arthur Wellesley (later the Duke of Wellington) commanding a Anglo-Portuguese force met French General of Division Francois Delaborde near the village of Roliça. Anglo-PortugueseContinue reading “Battle of Roliça: A most important affair”
I’ve attached another video of a second small test game I carried out over the weekend, this time without any scenery and deployment phases just two lines of identical armies lined up opposite each other. My concern after this test is that cavalry seem to be possibly overly powerful on that attack. One Brigade ofContinue reading “2nd Small Test Game”