View of the action during my Battle of Dybbol Game as seen from behind the Prussian advance provided courtesy of Mark of Come on My Brave Fusliers! Blog. Clix pix for Big Pix.
Well I had intended to follow up my last post on my Battle of Dybbol game with the usual report on the club game night (May) and a battle report on my game in particular...
|The Meanderer, Super Genius, upon discovering that he had deleted the images from his camera before double checking for them on his computer.|
So, I'll fill in with a small narrative for the sake of closure. I reprised my battle of Dybbol game for Game Night. For the full story and background, please see my previous post. For the game night game, I had made some minor alterations to the reference sheet, mainly having to do with jagers in combat and modifying the "depleted" effects of infantry. This remains a work in progress, however. Bob and George, who played in the initial version, kindly played in the game once again on game night, and they were joined by Tom D and Mark (of the aforementioned Come on My Brave Fusiliers blog). Tom D and Bob were the Danes, and George and Mark were the Prusso-Germans.
|Danish Guard at the Battle of Isted, 1850|
Nevertheless, it was a good time and the scenario seems to be pretty sound (I'll post it as well once I get the page up). Thanks to the players, and apologies on not having a report on the game night. In other news, I've finally gotten back on the painting track, so I should have a post on some Austrian Jagers up soon!