Monday, April 4, 2011

Battle of Uelzen – Move 3

1000-1100 24 July 1813

Table at the start of move 3

IV French corps hold their position on the left

2nd Prussian corps are deploying to the right of the main road

The Prussians take care to keep out of artillery range of the French.

General Reynier – 6CP – Hold Orders

Prussians still out of artillery range

No movement

Prussians start to deploy

General Kleist – 5CP – Move Orders

Corps has moved into position.

The landwehr brigade on the left has formed square to protect the remainder

The artillery have unlimbered

The remainder of the corps are waiting for orders to turn left and form column

Notes on Game

As he starts to deploy his corps the Prussian commander must use more CP as he wants different elements to perform different tasks.

He must also use CP to position himself in the centre of the corps. He must be within 8” of a brigade to issue orders.

It is rare that a corps commander will ever have sufficient CP to do everything he wants to do.

The cost of CP for different actions is covered in Rule 3

The Wargame Rules can be found at

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