25 February 2022 ~
The two most recent Grognards-of-the-Year – Ardwulf & Cyrano – are joined by, well… Brant. Please don’t let that stop you from tuning in as we narrow the focus of the podcast a bit to discuss the specific facet of Napoleonic Warfare at the operational level, and why fighting out entire campaigns, rather than individual battles, can be more satisfying in this historical time period.
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What are the key considerations of operational-level warfare in the Napoleonic era? Which games represent those considerations well? Poorly? Which of those games can you actually find and afford? Which game allows the Russo-Spanish Alliance to invade England and why did we gloss right over it? Which permutation of which version of the rules are you trying to play?! Why are we fighting over Au?! Counter sleds?! Minis?! Madness!
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Rick misspelled Indiana on the Army of the Heartland map…don’t know how that got through the proofers. Unless there weren’t any.