Turn one action. Morning Turn.
The French hobble into action, with close to 50% OOC. The Prussians on the other hand roll well and race to cut bridges, and shore up defenses.
The French plan of attack is to quickly capture loose VP sites in the North then sweep NW.
Hopefully isolating loose forces for easy combats and then seeking to hit the Prussians from the North and with V Corps (Lanne) from the South.
The Prussians will seek to hold on across the River and try to slow the attacks down and the VP acquisition down to a bearable rate. All the while looking for a lucky riposte at the long thing supply line.
The ninth chit is 9th Army. The first group is the north group shown in the next image.
Unit positions after moving are shown in the next image. German commits a STUKA to insure crossing the river.
Thunderbolt Apache Leader Continues”
By Fershegi Terebi
Last week I posted that my summer plan to learn the Règlement de l’An XXX ruleset for La Bataille was put on hold as I learned and explored the Battles from the Age of Reason series. One of the things that I really like about BAR, and La Bataille as well, is the way that the fire strength of a unit is determined during fire combat. Not only does the raw strength of a unit go into determining how much lead you’re throwing at your opponent but things like unit formation and national doctrine also play a role.