I’d like to take time to dedicate an article to each type of troop type that took part in the Napoleonic Wars. As such I’d thought I’d start this little series with the Cuirassiers. WHAT IS A CUIRASSIER? Cuirassiers were cavalry equipped with cuirass armour, sword, and firearms, first appearing in late 15th-century Europe. TheContinue reading “Cuirassiers”
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”
I established how units became broken in an earlier post, where a unit fails their morale test by a value of 3 or more. I also stated that other units that are near a unit that fails its morale test and becomes broken also have to test. What I haven’t covered is some of theContinue reading “Broken Units”
We’ve covered the basic movement and combat of cavalry but we’ve I’ve not yet gone over a very important aspect of Napoleonic Cavalry which was their impetuousness.
Having done a few test games now the casualty rates of the battles seems a little off. So to get to a more realistic casualties per hit ratio I’m going to go through some battles and show the casualties and their percentage against the starting number of men in that battle. From here we canContinue reading “Casualty Rates”
Following on from yesterdays post regarding Infantry movement rate when fleeing, it seemed only sensible to continue the thought process with Cavalry. A QUICK REVISIT TO INFANTRY FLEEING Before I do however, I wanted to a very good point that was made on Reddit by u/Db102 who reminded me that the infantry would be carryingContinue reading “Cavalry Fleeing”