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Scenarios - 1/24/2003 8:16:28 PM   
Dagfinn

 

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Will you include the 1792 scenario?

IMHO more interesting to play than 1805... You dont all have to beat up France by default.
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- 1/24/2003 9:26:13 PM   
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Hear hear! :)

Besides, gotta love Suvarov! :)

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Re: Scenarios - 1/24/2003 10:12:03 PM   
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[QUOTE]Originally posted by Dagfinn
[B]... You dont all have to beat up France by default. [/B][/QUOTE]

That's the beauty of this game. You don't ever have to, if you don't want to.

:)

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You gotta love Hoche - 1/24/2003 10:16:28 PM   
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Suvarov (4.5.4*) has the higher tactical maxium than Hoche (4.5.3*) but the poor Russian corps structure requires the Russians to use more corps. Forcing Suvarov to lower his tatical rating in battle. The French corps I - III is 42i and 6c. The largest Russian army (with out lowering Suvarovs rating) is four corps of 40i. If you substitute the guard corps for an inf corps then it is 5g, 30i, 2c, still 11 factors smaller.

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Re: Re: Scenarios - 1/24/2003 11:53:35 PM   
Dagfinn

 

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[QUOTE]Originally posted by Le Tondu
[B]That's the beauty of this game. You don't ever have to, if you don't want to.

:) [/B][/QUOTE]

Eh, do you mean 1792 or 1805? Or both? :confused:

IMHO in 1805 the other players better gamg up, unless they whant the French player to win.

I know this is a major generalisation but anyways...

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- 2/8/2003 4:03:54 AM   
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I hope so to :D

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