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Napoleonic - Peninsula - Spanish

Napoleonic - Peninsula - Spanish 28MM Front Rank Richard Wheet Collection

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Battle of Vitoria

Great Hall Games in celebration of Rob's old age. 28MM

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Old Trousers

Old Trousers Napoleonic - 15 MM Battle Honors - Richard Wheet Collection

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Bonaparte in Italy - Rivoli

LSHMWaco Millenneniumcon 14 - It is early 1797 in Northern Italy. FML Alvincy has designs on relieving the besieged Austrian garrison at Mantua. Standing in his way lies Napoleon's Armee d Italie. Historically the campaigned ended in Alvincy's superior force decisively defeated at Rivoli. However, this time the Austrians will surely plan and execute better. But such is really up to the Austrian players, isn't it? 28MM - 16ft table Presented by the Waco. Eureka Miniatures GM: Jim Dunnam, Mike Gesser and Trace Bowen

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French Revolution

French Revolution (Waco) - Austrian vs French Small Engagement. The Austrian IV and V Corps met the French rabble whose identity doesn't really matter since they are lost to history as a footnote. The French suffered over 4000 loses versus the Austrian 400. The Austrian captured numerous standards and killed and captured the majority of the commanders. The remaining command staff will probably surrender later on since if they return to France, they will dance with Mistress Guillotine. (28mm Eureka figures. Carnage and Glory II rules)

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Suvorov v Napoleon 1799

Suvorov launches his army into Italy, but this time Napoleon is present. Using the full and outstanding 28mm Eureka French Revolution line of figures (and a few Trent and Mirliton figures which totals over 1000 figures), and played on a 6x18ft table, this battle will mirror the largest historical engagement in Italy in 1799. The primary difference will be the presence of Napoleon. Suvorov did not lose in Italy, some say because Napoleon was absent. This is an opportunity to play the What-If. Rules: Carnage & Glory II. The mission was for the settlers to resupply the British fort. The Fort was supplied. GM was Jim Dunnam.

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Essling

Essling ran at Millenniumcon 9 Richard Wheet Collection GM - Mike Gesser

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Early French Revolution (FrenchAustrian)

Battle of Rivoli - French/Austrian played 7/31/11 as a play test for Millenniumcon 14. The Austrian IV and V Corps met the French rabble whose identity doesn't really matter since they are lost to history as a footnote. The French suffered over 4000 loses versus the Austrian 400. The Austrian captured numerous standards and killed and captured the majority of the commanders. The remaining command staff will probably surrender later on since if they return to France, they will dance with Mistress Guillotine. (28mm Eureka figures. Carnage and Glory II rules)

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Clash of Eagles

15 MM minatures using Clash of Eagles rules

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