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The Last Success: Napoleon's March to Vienna, 1809

The Last Success: Napoleon's March to Vienna, 1809

OSG

  • £106.99


The latest game in the tradition of Napoleon's Last Battles and Four Lost Battles will cover Napoleon's 1809 Danube Campaign. Like the other games players command the forces of Napoleon or the Coalition on a hex map covering three battles. Cards activate units and cause events to occur. The scale will be 525 yards (480 meters) per hex, 1 hour per turn, 500-800 men per strength point.

The Battles Simulated:
Abensberg, April 19-20
Eckmühl, April 21-22
Aspern-Essling, May 21-22
Wagram, July 5-6
3 maps, 2 counter sheets, 2 card decks, etc.

Abensberg and Eckmühl are each playable as single-map battle games as well as a two-map game of the double battle. Aspern-Essling and Wagram are played on the same map. Hence there are four separate battles in this package, played on a total of 3 full-sized maps. Campaign Game options link the four battles.

An Additional bonus scenario was added at the last moment as the game went into production: The Battle of Teugen-Hausen, April 19.

Part of the "The Library of Napoleonic Battles"-Series - formerly known as the Napoleon's Last Battles (NLB)-Series"


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