08 July 2010

Determining the Order of March. . .

Some of you might be interested in how I determined the advance guards would march onto the table, so I've included that chart below. By the way, Stollen rolled a "3", and Zichenau a "5".

Advance Guard Order of March (Roll D6)

1 -- Half of infantry and artillery marching on road, cavalry screening ahead on left, other half of infantry screening ahead on right

2 -- All troops on road in marching order: half of cavalry at front, followed by infantry, artillery, and half of cavalry.

3 -- Infantry and artillery on road, cavalry screen ahead.

4 -- Artillery on road, infantry on both sides of it off road, and cavalry screen out front.

5 -- Infantry and artillery on road, cavalry in marching order on either side of road.

6 -- Half of infantry and artillery on road, cavalry screen ahead to right, second half of infantry ahead to left.


P.S.

Yes, Jeff. The lake is painted onto the table's surface. Forgot to mention that earlier. ;-)

1 comment:

Fitz-Badger said...

simple, but effective :)

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