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Re : Variant ReGensburg (Ratisbon) campaign April 1809
« Réponse #15 le: 16 décembre 2013, 01:19:50 am »
Alfiere here is a shot of Regensburg early in the morning, and fairly recent
enjoy...(dreaming the evolution of a river around 2 sides of a village or town and maybe
one through a town with bridges of course :D)
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Re : Variant ReGensburg (Ratisbon) campaign April 1809
« Réponse #16 le: 16 décembre 2013, 04:57:08 am »
Yes,very nice.

I do not understand,but are you interesting to play the variant ? only to know.

For now i have some idea , but not very clear. :mrgreen:

If you are interested, i can step by step explain something.

Main points

We both have the book then we can use book OOBs.

The campaign start with Hausen Teugn Battle ,but Hoenzollern have help of Rosemberg,Vicsey and Lichetestein then
a austrian win,i think and after take note of both losses the campaign continue with free development.

A side use descriptive movements in the forum,having the reference maps,name of villages,roads etc of book,but without posting any map.

Other side (me) use myself a free game to replicate movements and using the fow and advice in the forum when a enemy corp is discovered to agree for some decisions (battle or other).

In practice you have the FOW and I not. :mrgreen:  ,but knowing the book no much variants (not much FOW)

If there is a battle , i make a sat map and we play in PBEM .

After the battle, unit by unit,we take note of losses to update own starting OOB and continue the campaign .

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Re : Variant ReGensburg (Ratisbon) campaign April 1809
« Réponse #17 le: 16 décembre 2013, 08:51:17 am »
Ok,understood. ;)

No problem.
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Re : Re : Variant ReGensburg (Ratisbon) campaign April 1809
« Réponse #18 le: 17 décembre 2013, 12:29:20 pm »
Yes,very nice.

I do not understand,but are you interesting to play the variant ? only to know.

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I'd be interested to play it sure  :smile:
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Re : Variant ReGensburg (Ratisbon) campaign April 1809
« Réponse #19 le: 25 décembre 2013, 11:14:27 am »
I think that also if Davout rearguard defeat at Hausen Teugn the campaign does not change much from history.
Charles have to wait I and II corp (Bellegarde and Kolowrath) , still far away and then must wait or move to east.
Then we have anyway a similar decisive battle in history zone (Eggmuhl or near Eggmuhl).
Perhaps not other development possible.
What do you think ?

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Re : Variant ReGensburg (Ratisbon) campaign April 1809
« Réponse #20 le: 25 décembre 2013, 17:27:19 pm »
Hi,

You have been reading your book I see   :p ;)
I agree, on the case of Charles having trapped a French Corps and mauled it
certainly added a feather in his cap, however it is but one soon Napoleon will
have all its troops in the area and Charles must regroup and wait for his.
A possible Davout's defeat is an inconvenient setback, the campaign would go on from
there and a battle would logically take place in the area you mentioned considering the
concentration location of both.

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Re : Variant ReGensburg (Ratisbon) campaign April 1809
« Réponse #21 le: 25 décembre 2013, 19:35:59 pm »
The question is ....

With heavy Davout defeat at Hausen Teugn , Napo would withdraw his army between  Ilm and Abens rivers or continued to have the initiative how in the history?

Difficult to know... :?
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Re : Variant ReGensburg (Ratisbon) campaign April 1809
« Réponse #22 le: 26 décembre 2013, 06:17:11 am »
Difficult to know, however Napoleon without Davout is still some 120,000 men strong, and already
'in' for the most part by the 19th so I would venture that he would still try to destroy Charles army
somewhere where you suggested.   :mrgreen:
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