We continued on with it and my Russians were doing quite well... I should mention that I rolled some 19s and 20s at crucial moments^. This did not help the morale of the French general.
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Monday, 30 June 2014
1813: A fictitious post-armistice game—addendum
It seems that I called the game at an end prematurely.
The gents at SWAGS considered that it was too good a game to leave with an indecisive result, so have continued it on their regular Tuesday night meetings.
Our man on the spot, General Docturov, takes up the story.
I get the feeling that the Russian heavies did well again too, Jeremy!
^The Serpentine Group's Empire and Fury rules call for two x D10 for the dice rolls. Suffice to say that a high roll is good in a mêlée...
The Russian troops poised to attack the French centre.
Hopefully one of the SWAGS fellas will post a report of the final part of the game on their blog. Rest assured that I'll post a link here if/when they do.