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Based on the Veni Vici Vici, Best Allies 18th century land battles rules. These stand-alone rules cover land battles in the American Civil war. The basic fighting unit is a regiment or a battery of artilley. These are grouped into brigades, with brigades grouped into divisions and for really large battles into corps. Turns are performed by alternate activation of brigades, with the quality of the commanders determining how many actions a brigade can make. Basic unit types are; infantry, cavalry, artillery and skirmishers with different quality/skill levels. Points system for units and army lists for points based games. The army lists can be used to convert historical orders of battle, into lists for games. 

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Michael S May 12, 2017 5:52 pm UTC
Like what I see, but have question regarding movement. A Regular Brigade Commander has a Rating of 2, Does he move 2 units (or one unit twice) OR can he move ALL his units twice?
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Mr J G T September 18, 2017 3:51 pm UTC
A commander with a rating of 2 can give 2 orders. That means he can move a unit or group of units twice. Only units in column can be given more than one order per activation.
Sorry for the delay in getting back to you on this. The Yahoo group would give you a faster response to any queries.
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September 18, 2017
This title was added to our catalog on May 07, 2017.