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Fleurus 1794 is an expansion game module for Napoleon's Last Gamble.
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The Fate of Flanders was to be decided on the Sambre — Republican France against Imperial Austria.
The decisive Battle of Fleurus led to the Austrian loss of Belgium. With the two armies clashing again at Mont St Jean, the campaign gave the French Republic additional resources and manpower, opened the gateway to Germany, and the port of Antwerp to the French navy.
Fleurus 1794 is an Expansion Game Module for Napoleon's Last Gamble. Requires the south map from Napoleon's Last Gamble and the southern-extension map from Napoleon's Last Gamble Expansion Kit. The four scenarios cover the battles of Fleurus and Mont St Jean played on the NLG maps. Veterans of TLNB will have an opportunity to examine a key campaign from the French Revolutionary Wars.
one countersheet (280)
one 12-page Study Folder
6 player-aid cards (TRC, Setup) In ziplock.
Two 22x3" maps
One 17x22" map
560 die-cut counter units
100 playing cards
15 Player aid cards
covered in a box
the expansion kit Contains one 22" x 34" map and one 11" x 34" map extending south to Charleroi and north to Brussels, one 4-page scenario folder and player aid cards.
Quatre-Bras, Ney at the Crossroads, 16 June
The French attacked on two fronts simultaneously. The tenacious defense of Quatre Bras by the Anglo-Allied troops saved the Prussians from receiving the full weight of the Armée du Nord.
Ligny, The Last Victory, 16 June
Finally unleashed, the Guard pushed the Prussians back from the Ligny brook. Blücher himself was wounded and separated from headquarters. But Napoleon’s hoped-for knock-out blow remained undelivered.
Wavre, Grouchy’s Blunder, 18 June
Napoleon separated the two wings of his army, ordering Marshal Grouchy on the track of the Prussians while he pursued Wellington. Grouchy’s prescribed route was wide of the mark, and took him to the outer flank, allowing the Prussians to interpose themselves between the two French wings—Blücher achieved a strategic reversal of the opening.
Waterloo, A Near Run Thing, 18 June
While Grouchy frittered away time engaging the Prussian rear-guard at Wavre, Ney conducted the mid-phase of the battle like a rear-guard action in the Peninsular Campaign, failing to provide infantry support for his spectacular cavalry charges. Wellington fought a successful defensive battle, managing to cling to his ridge until the arrival of three Prussian corps. The broken French army retreated toward Charleroi; Grouchy’s intact wing moved south-east toward Namur.
La Souffel, Rapp’s Last Stand, 28 June
Three days after Waterloo, Rapp woke up and began a slow withdrawal from the Rhine, pursued by the vanguard of Schwarzenberg's Army. On June 26 the heavily-outnumbered Rapp skirmished with the Austrian III Corps. Two days later he made a stand along the Souffel River, and the Austrians attacked.
The Library of Napoleonic Battles - formerly known as the Napoleon's Last Battles (NLB) Series:
480 meters per hex,
1 hour per turn,
400-800 men per strength point.
Each Approach to Battle game lasts about 22 turns. The Full campaign links the individual battles.
Napoleon’s Last Gamble contains five battles from the Waterloo Campaign and is one of the games from OSG's The Library of Napoleonic Battles series.
Fleurus 1794 is an expansion game...