What: Big Battle Napoleonic rules
Scale: 1 stand equals 1 battalion, regiment, or battery.
Your Role: You are the Army or Corp Commander.
Playability: Designed for solo, same side and head to head play. Playable with any miniatures or counters regardless of how they are based.
What is Your Duty?
It wasn’t Napoleon or Wellington’s duty to order units to fire, charge or change formation. That is the duty of others, of the battalion and regimental officers. Where Morale Napoleon excels is in allowing players to “do their duty”.Regimental size formations that allow you to easily command a Corp or more.
Mechanics that provide a fun game with realistic conclusions – no “gaming the rules”.
Army lists for over 20 of the nations that fought in the Napoleonic Wars – from the major players to their smaller allies.
Reinforcement tables that reflect Napoleon’s dictum of march divided, fight united.
Complete rules that allow you to play solo or co-operatively against the game as well as competitively, head to head.
A light book keeping Campaign System that ties your battles together while giving you a reason to fight and telling you when all is lost.
All this and much more.
You are in charge of a Corp of soldiers ranging in size from 20,000 to 40, 000 men. Once you become comfortable with the rules, you can easily double those numbers. Your duty is simple:
Have a plan.
Deploy your troops to accomplish your plan.
Decide where to place your reserve and when to use it.
In Morale Napoleon, once you have sent your troops into action, it is out of your control, just like in real life. Did you plan well? Is your deployment correct? Will you know when the moment is right to launch the reserve? Do you have what it takes to be in command?
Inside you’ll find:
You trust your soldiers to do their duty; can they trust you to do yours?