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Dreux, 19 December 1562, Variant - HPS/JTS Musket & Pike: The Renaissance

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Dreux, 19 December 1562, Variant

By Rich White
Huguenots 1 - 1 - 1 Catholics/Swiss
Rating: 6.6 (2)
Games Played: 3
SM: 1
Turns: 16
Type: Custom
First Side: Huguenots
Second Side: Catholics/Swiss
Player Voting Stats
Member Balance Enjoyment
tallin's Profiletallin Moderately Pro Catholics/Swiss 6
JasonHanLZ's ProfileJasonHanLZ Slightly Pro Huguenots 8
Gaming Records
1st Side Player 2nd Side Player Result Score
Huguenots JasonHanLZ's Profile JasonHanLZ vs. vendetta vendetta's Profile Catholics/Swiss Huguenots Major Win 14 2
Huguenots Alpha Zwo's Profile Alpha Zwo vs. Steel God Steel God's Profile Catholics/Swiss Draw 8 8
Huguenots tallin's Profile tallin vs. Wecky Wecky's Profile Catholics/Swiss Huguenots Minor Loss 4 10
tallin
We played this scenario as the first leg of the French Campaign. Catholic suffered the loss of over 1000 more men and won due to vp valuation of Hug Cavalry. Hug player must be very, very cautious in utilizing his troops. In real life, battle was a nice win for the Hugs.
JasonHanLZ
Private 1st Class
JasonHanLZ Wed Jul 28, 2021 6:16 pm
interesting scenario,catholic side should make good use of those pike units to stop enemy’s cavalries.
Surrounding and destroying enemy can get you more victory points.
Serve the people!