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Waterloo

Produkttyp: Brettspiel ¸ Box für [Gesellschaftsspiele - Brett]

Sprache: Englisch

Verlag: Phalanx Games [HP]

Preis: unbekannt

Erstveröffentlichung: 2007

Rezension: keine vorhanden

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Info-Text:
Napoleon´¸s last Battle In 1814¸ the withered French army¸ led by the brilliant and always inspiring strategist Napoleon Bonaparte¸ was finally defeated by the combined forces of Great Britain¸ Prussia¸ Russia and Austria. The army was disbanded and the emperor exiled to Elba. He soon escaped and on March 1¸ 1815¸ he landed in Marseilles and marched on Paris. The people hailed him as a hero¸ and he was soon reinstated as their leader. His New Empire was to last only 100 days…¸ Bonaparte quickly called up all army veterans and rebuilt his Imperial Army. He could count on magnificent leaders such as Ney¸ Grouchy and d’¸Erlon. For a decisive punch in any battles to come¸ he bolstered his army with his elite Imperial Guard. For when they moved in for the kill¸ the battle was usually soon over…¸ Napoleon decided to race north in the general direction of Brussels¸ between the British/Dutch and the Prussian armies¸ and destroy them piecemeal. After battles at Ligny¸ Wavre and Quatre Bras the main armies finally met at the small town of Mont St. Jean near Waterloo on June 18¸ 1815. Waterloo: Napoleon´¸s last Battle is an exciting tactical boardgame that simulates one of the most important battles of all time. 2 (French vs. British and Prussian) or 3 (French¸ British¸ Prussian) players step into the shoes of their historical counterparts and decide how to defeat the opposition and win the battle. Waterloo von Alexander S. Berg¸ fü¸r 2 bis 3 Spieler ab 12 Jahren¸ Spieldauer ca. 60 Minuten¸ Phalanx (2002)

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