Sunday, 21 September 2014
Napoleon at War rules variation section
I have been playing Napoleón at War for over 12 months, I have played in two tournaments and quite a few friendly games to be pretty familiar with the rules without looking too much at the rulebook, even if I havn't completely mastered of how not to lose.
In the next few weeks and months, I am hoping to put together a series of articles on how to play Napoleón at War,and also a few solutions for the stumbling blocks of why more people are not playing these excellent rules.
Some of these percieved problems I have heard commented from dissatisfied players are listed below:
Having to rebases (unique base size).
Musketery is to powerful .
Grand Battery special rule is too powerful and not historical.
Overstrength should be represented with extra bases to be taken in consideration when firing and combat
Bricole movement is too flexible.
There should be a Discipline Test for the defender initially when facing a charge .
Reorganisation move should be for the defenders to move out of the ZOC of the attackers not the other way round.
The first article will be about people not wanting to rebase to see the article click here http://wargaminginthesun-phil.blogspot.com.es/2014/09/napoleon-at-war-variations-part-1-base.html