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Title: Six Days in October -- A "Le Vol de L'Aigle" Forum Kriegsspiel
Post by: Cyrano on September 07, 2016, 08:22:04 PM
It's the beginning of October 1806.

On one side of the Thuringian Forest are the forces of the King of Prussia.  An army that gave the Battle of Austerlitz a miss a little under a year earlier and had begun to smart under a series of indignities -- real and perceived -- from the victorious Emperor of the French.

On the other side of the forest was Napoleon I, more than aware of the Prussian resentment, not to mention mobilization, and preparing to strike north before the prevaricating Prussians could fully prepare for war.

What followed was the campaign of Jena-Auerstadt that ended in the shattering of the Prussian army and kingdom and, coupled with the 1807 campaigns further East, cemented Napoleon's version of peace in Europe until his ill-considered journey into Russia in 1812.

As a sidebar to the series of articles I'm writing for the Mythical Front Page (tm), I had thought to run a kriegsspiel of the 1806 campaign, via this forum, using Pratzen Edition's "Le Vol de L'Aigle" rules, volume I.  This is the short operational system that places an emphasis on maneuver, reconnaissance, and, yes, the logistics, if simplified, of Napoleonic warfare.  Participants will be corps commanders with someone being selected to be both a corps commander and either Napoleon or the Prussian commander Hohenlohe.  I have run this system for Napoleonic tyros and veterans and both groups found they provided a comprehensible, only moderately complicated, and satisfying experience.  Turns are not hard things to submit and I'm going to try to adopt the relatively leisurely pace of two turns per week.

If you're interested, I'd ask you to shout out here.  If you have a preference of side, please say so.  If you have a preference as to commander, you have my admiration, and please say so.

In the meanwhile, I look forward to both running this game and seeing you all out on the battlefield!

Best,

Jim
"Cyrano"
:/7)

Title: Re: Six Days in October -- A "Le Vol de L'Aigle" Forum Kriegsspiel
Post by: panzerde on September 07, 2016, 08:42:51 PM
I'm in. Either side is fine.

Title: Re: Six Days in October -- A "Le Vol de L'Aigle" Forum Kriegsspiel
Post by: Barthheart on September 07, 2016, 09:49:15 PM
Bah! On the forum main page all that shows of yer title is Six days in October...
I thought you were going to run a Arab-Israeli wars PBF.  :(

But maybe, just maybe, you can convince me to give this Nappy stuff a try....

Title: Re: Six Days in October -- A "Le Vol de L'Aigle" Forum Kriegsspiel
Post by: JasonPratt on September 08, 2016, 11:01:51 AM
Speaking as someone who was kind of crushed that it's impossible (currently, and probably permanently) to play a full fog Campaigns on the Danube email game, allow me to volunteer as corps commander. No preference as to side.

However, despite our similar names I'm not familiar with the game rules.  :buck2: ::)
Title: Re: Six Days in October -- A "Le Vol de L'Aigle" Forum Kriegsspiel
Post by: James Sterrett on September 08, 2016, 04:19:01 PM
I'm in, either side.
Title: Re: Six Days in October -- A "Le Vol de L'Aigle" Forum Kriegsspiel
Post by: Cyrano on September 08, 2016, 07:37:05 PM
A most excellent start and, knowing well that Vance will join this merry company, at least we begin with an even number!!

Also, to borrow from the event guide chestnut and allay Mssr. Pratt's fears:  Rules will be taught!

Leaving the door wide so that others may join :D.

Title: Re: Six Days in October -- A "Le Vol de L'Aigle" Forum Kriegsspiel
Post by: Barthheart on September 08, 2016, 08:07:20 PM
Yes I am in... and burden me with some Prussians if you must....
Now I'm off to learn some history.  8)
Title: Re: Six Days in October -- A "Le Vol de L'Aigle" Forum Kriegsspiel
Post by: MetalDog on September 09, 2016, 05:43:55 PM
If you run in to an odd number, you may count me in.  Three things though:

1) I don't have a preference for side

2) I don't have the foggiest, vague idea of what would be required of me

and

3) I will need enough lead time to do some research

Title: Re: Six Days in October -- A "Le Vol de L'Aigle" Forum Kriegsspiel
Post by: panzerde on September 10, 2016, 08:11:37 PM
Those unfamiliar with what's involved in something like this might find this article useful: https://theboardgaminglife.com/2015/02/16/umpiring-the-empire-theboardgaminglife-player-aid-for-le-vol-de-laigle/



Title: Re: Six Days in October -- A "Le Vol de L'Aigle" Forum Kriegsspiel
Post by: Cyrano on September 10, 2016, 10:34:40 PM
Those particular tools were swiped ages ago.

(I also intend to heed his caution re: having anyone below the level of corps commander!!)

Great piece.


Title: Re: Six Days in October -- A "Le Vol de L'Aigle" Forum Kriegsspiel
Post by: panzerde on September 11, 2016, 12:37:54 PM
I think I've recruited one, possibly two more players. I also ordered a copy of Le Vol de L'Aigle for myself, since you think so highly of the system, Jim.


I also grabbed the Vassal module for it, which looked interesting.

Title: Re: Six Days in October -- A "Le Vol de L'Aigle" Forum Kriegsspiel
Post by: Cyrano on September 11, 2016, 10:04:42 PM
Hoorah!

I'd love to end up at eight.

And let me be clear, Vol. I is wondrous.  I'm OK with II.  Three, well, Dr. Rouy really kinda took it straight off the rails for me.

This KS will be run using Vol. I for the sheer efficiency of it all...

I'm roping my lady-wife into the "creating layers in Adobe" thing.

Title: Re: Six Days in October -- A "Le Vol de L'Aigle" Forum Kriegsspiel
Post by: Pinetree on September 12, 2016, 12:19:25 AM
If you need another person with a high level of incompetence, I'm your man!
Title: Re: Six Days in October -- A "Le Vol de L'Aigle" Forum Kriegsspiel
Post by: JasonPratt on September 12, 2016, 05:30:06 AM
If you need another person with a high level of incompetence, I'm your man!

Just like real 19th century warfare command!  :D
Title: Re: Six Days in October -- A "Le Vol de L'Aigle" Forum Kriegsspiel
Post by: Cyrano on September 12, 2016, 12:43:26 PM
All right.

Doug's winding up a few others and I've not quite finished promoting (looking to the end of the week) but what I see so far:

Barthheart
Blackhorse
Bob
Dom
Double Deuce
Duke of Earl
James Sterrett
JasonPratt
Lancer4321
Leg22
MetalDog
PanzerDe
Pinetree
Tobias Archer
UCG

Which would be a fine group, let me say.

I puzzle as to whiskey the actual foxtrot Brant is doing, but I move on.

I will randomize sides, set up an e-mail list, and get things under way this weekend.

Best,

Jim
Title: Re: Six Days in October -- A "Le Vol de L'Aigle" Forum Kriegsspiel
Post by: bayonetbrant on September 12, 2016, 12:50:59 PM
I puzzle as to whiskey the actual foxtrot Brant is doing, but I move on.

 :coolsmiley: :coolsmiley:
I'm wondering why all my writers are banking perfectly good material for their own blogs and leaving me begging them for content to throw to our site!
:uglystupid2:  :uglystupid2:
 :tickedoff: :tickedoff: :tickedoff: :tickedoff:
Title: Re: Six Days in October -- A "Le Vol de L'Aigle" Forum Kriegsspiel
Post by: Cyrano on September 12, 2016, 01:21:29 PM
I love my blog like a brother...OK, maybe an addled child... but I didn't think you wanted me indulging my deepest square-button behaviors :D.

And you've not answered the question.

It'll work on a Mac! O0
Title: Re: Six Days in October -- A "Le Vol de L'Aigle" Forum Kriegsspiel
Post by: bayonetbrant on September 12, 2016, 01:29:04 PM
I'm allergic to Napoleonics
Title: Re: Six Days in October -- A "Le Vol de L'Aigle" Forum Kriegsspiel
Post by: Barthheart on September 12, 2016, 04:08:23 PM
I'm allergic to Napoleonics

Me too..... should be fun anyway.  :D
Title: Re: Six Days in October -- A "Le Vol de L'Aigle" Forum Kriegsspiel
Post by: bob48 on September 14, 2016, 02:17:28 PM
Jim, just been talking to Doug and he says you may still have room for a an old Limey guy, so I'm in if you have a space left.

Title: Re: Six Days in October -- A "Le Vol de L'Aigle" Forum Kriegsspiel
Post by: undercovergeek on September 14, 2016, 03:23:18 PM
And a young one I you're really really desperate

I'm fully qualified in getting Bob killed in wargames
Title: Re: Six Days in October -- A "Le Vol de L'Aigle" Forum Kriegsspiel
Post by: bob48 on September 14, 2016, 03:27:47 PM
Ah, 'geek, my old mate - what a shame, you're just a bit too late to join in...................
Title: Re: Six Days in October -- A "Le Vol de L'Aigle" Forum Kriegsspiel
Post by: undercovergeek on September 14, 2016, 03:38:58 PM
'I'll get you, butler!'

Where's a Blakey gif when you need one
Title: Re: Six Days in October -- A "Le Vol de L'Aigle" Forum Kriegsspiel
Post by: Cyrano on September 14, 2016, 09:06:18 PM
Hoorah! Most pleased to have you both!
Title: Re: Six Days in October -- A "Le Vol de L'Aigle" Forum Kriegsspiel
Post by: Barthheart on September 15, 2016, 04:47:55 AM
HA! I think UCG just got shanghaied into playing!  :D
Title: Re: Six Days in October -- A "Le Vol de L'Aigle" Forum Kriegsspiel
Post by: bob48 on September 15, 2016, 05:41:32 AM
He did, and now we're all doomed................
Title: Re: Six Days in October -- A "Le Vol de L'Aigle" Forum Kriegsspiel
Post by: Pinetree on September 15, 2016, 05:45:56 AM
Who? The guys on his side or the opposition?
Title: Re: Six Days in October -- A "Le Vol de L'Aigle" Forum Kriegsspiel
Post by: Barthheart on September 15, 2016, 05:46:53 AM
Both.  ;)
Title: Re: Six Days in October -- A "Le Vol de L'Aigle" Forum Kriegsspiel
Post by: undercovergeek on September 15, 2016, 05:50:34 AM
Pfffft non believers
Title: Re: Six Days in October -- A "Le Vol de L'Aigle" Forum Kriegsspiel
Post by: bob48 on September 15, 2016, 06:31:15 AM
Who? The guys on his side or the opposition?

What Vance said - Both.

Title: Re: Six Days in October -- A "Le Vol de L'Aigle" Forum Kriegsspiel
Post by: undercovergeek on September 15, 2016, 06:58:49 AM
'As long as there's more of us as there are of them left at the end'

Field Marshall Carruthers Oct 1811
Title: Re: Six Days in October -- A "Le Vol de L'Aigle" Forum Kriegsspiel
Post by: bob48 on September 15, 2016, 07:30:09 AM
'As long as there's more of us as there are of them left at the end'

Field Marshall Carruthers Oct 1811

Like I said...Doomed!
Title: Re: Six Days in October -- A "Le Vol de L'Aigle" Forum Kriegsspiel
Post by: Pinetree on September 16, 2016, 12:58:39 AM
'As long as there's more of us as there are of them left at the end'

Field Marshall Carruthers Oct 1811

Oh, shit.

Does Cyrano take bribes?
Title: Re: Six Days in October -- A "Le Vol de L'Aigle" Forum Kriegsspiel
Post by: bob48 on September 16, 2016, 03:36:35 AM
Nope.

I already tried that.
Title: Re: Six Days in October -- A "Le Vol de L'Aigle" Forum Kriegsspiel
Post by: undercovergeek on September 16, 2016, 03:53:30 AM
Bast****
Title: Re: Six Days in October -- A "Le Vol de L'Aigle" Forum Kriegsspiel
Post by: bob48 on September 16, 2016, 04:03:00 AM
...Field Marshall Carruthers Oct 1811 - Last Words.

....apart from 'Arghhhhhhh'
Title: Re: Six Days in October -- A "Le Vol de L'Aigle" Forum Kriegsspiel
Post by: Cyrano on September 16, 2016, 08:21:03 AM
MERDE!

(Sorry, seemed to fit the moment.)

FYI, the management has asked me to keep sign-ups open over the weekend and I, of course, oblige.

So far I've got all eight participants down as having no "side" preference so will randomize commanders.

As to bribes, there is a rule within "Vol de L'Aigle" that allows each commander -- once per day -- to attempt to gain information by some means that fits the period.  The information may or may not be good.  There may be none at all.  But, while bribing me avails little, bribing a local toll official or mayor might...

Title: Re: Six Days in October -- A "Le Vol de L'Aigle" Forum Kriegsspiel
Post by: panzerde on September 16, 2016, 08:25:29 AM
As to bribes, there is a rue within "Vol de L'Aigle" that allows each commander -- once per day -- to attempt to gain information by some means that fits the period.  The information may or may not be good.  There may be none at all.  But, while bribing me avails little, bribing a local toll official or mayor might...


Vance, warm up the Peasant Torturer. There's work to be done!

Title: Re: Six Days in October -- A "Le Vol de L'Aigle" Forum Kriegsspiel
Post by: Barthheart on September 16, 2016, 09:39:10 AM
The comfy chair?
(https://i.ytimg.com/vi/nr5nFfWIqhQ/hqdefault.jpg)

or the rack?
(https://people.csail.mit.edu/paulfitz/spanish/tt6.jpg)

Title: Re: Six Days in October -- A "Le Vol de L'Aigle" Forum Kriegsspiel
Post by: LEGXXIIPRPF on September 16, 2016, 11:07:12 AM
Hi fellow wargamers and armchair generals,

my name is Steffen.

Doug/panzerde (Many Kudos & thanks!!!) informed me about your great plan to start a Kriegspiel depicting the JENA-AUERSTEDT operational setting.

if you still have a slot open please count me in.

Please excuse my English as only a german native speaker.
Title: Re: Six Days in October -- A "Le Vol de L'Aigle" Forum Kriegsspiel
Post by: Blackhorse on September 16, 2016, 11:44:08 AM
Greetings.

I too am interested in joining. I have even been to the actual Battlefield (back in '92).

Blackhorse (aka Chris)
Title: Re: Six Days in October -- A "Le Vol de L'Aigle" Forum Kriegsspiel
Post by: panzerde on September 16, 2016, 11:57:19 AM
Huzzah! Great to see some new additions!

Title: Re: Six Days in October -- A "Le Vol de L'Aigle" Forum Kriegsspiel
Post by: Barthheart on September 16, 2016, 12:07:57 PM
WooHoo! More lambs... err... Generals for the slaughter....  :D
Title: Re: Six Days in October -- A "Le Vol de L'Aigle" Forum Kriegsspiel
Post by: Cyrano on September 16, 2016, 12:34:32 PM
Wonderful!

Welcome to you both.

I will add your names presently.

Oh, and Blackhorse, as my stories leading up to my own trip next year keep rolling out, I'd love to hear comments, suggestions, feedback, &c., particularly on the travel and "make sure to go here" side.



Jim
Title: Re: Six Days in October -- A "Le Vol de L'Aigle" Forum Kriegsspiel
Post by: Blackhorse on September 16, 2016, 12:55:16 PM
Here's a quick one for you. After departing Vierzehnheiligen, a small village complete with cannon-balls still stuck in buildings, we made our way to Hassenhausen, another small village also with cannonballs still embedded in walls. Upon arriving there, we noticed a substantial marker/monument. We pulled over onto he shoulder of the road, steps away from the western-most edge of the village. We then proceeded to walk the 100 or so meters to the south to the marker. We had taken probably no more that 10 or so steps, when my buddy says, "Hey what is this?" He then bent down and picked up a musketball...I kid you not (it was a freshly plowed field, mind you). It was a fantastic, and apparently not out of the ordinary find.

Wonderful!

Welcome to you both.

I will add your names presently.

Oh, and Blackhorse, as my stories leading up to my own trip next year keep rolling out, I'd love to hear comments, suggestions, feedback, &c., particularly on the travel and "make sure to go here" side.



Jim
Title: Re: Six Days in October -- A "Le Vol de L'Aigle" Forum Kriegsspiel
Post by: Lancer4321 on September 16, 2016, 05:43:27 PM
Okay, here's hoping that this works...  I'd like to sign up for this game. I don't own the rules but I'm familiar with the system and have participated in a couple VdA games previously (including one on this same 1806 campaign - I was Soult in that one). Willing to play either side, any level of command. Thanks.

Lance McMillan
Title: Re: Six Days in October -- A "Le Vol de L'Aigle" Forum Kriegsspiel
Post by: Duke of Earl on September 16, 2016, 09:24:44 PM
Please include me in the Jena Kriegsspiel campaign if there are open slots still available. Are their online rules available? Regards. The Duke
Title: Re: Six Days in October -- A "Le Vol de L'Aigle" Forum Kriegsspiel
Post by: Cyrano on September 16, 2016, 10:14:38 PM
Now we are getting a fine group indeed.

Welcome to you both.

Duke, are you by chance he who so regularly frequented the Austerlitz:NGV and Waterloo:NLB boards back a lifetime ago?
Title: Re: Six Days in October -- A "Le Vol de L'Aigle" Forum Kriegsspiel
Post by: Cyrano on September 16, 2016, 10:18:12 PM
As to the rules, a briefing sheet will be sent out to all participants.  This will be joined by unit cards indicating the troops commanded.

The author asks that the rules themselves not be shared so I honor this, but they're not particularly complicated.  Much more will be forthcomingt early next week when the rolls close.

I would like to have a few extras in case we have dropouts, but we're at an excellent number.
Title: Re: Six Days in October -- A "Le Vol de L'Aigle" Forum Kriegsspiel
Post by: Duke of Earl on September 16, 2016, 11:05:22 PM
Hi Cyrano. That wasn't me. There must be another Duke of Earl. Claims to aristocracy are not what they used to be :coolsmiley:
Title: Re: Six Days in October -- A "Le Vol de L'Aigle" Forum Kriegsspiel
Post by: Hatricvs on September 17, 2016, 01:14:18 AM
I'm interested in giving this a go but I am unfamiliar with this type of game or rule set...happy to give it a shot if people are patient with those not in the know!
Title: Re: Six Days in October -- A "Le Vol de L'Aigle" Forum Kriegsspiel
Post by: Lancer4321 on September 17, 2016, 12:28:28 PM
So, what's the procedural format for this game going to be?

In the previous games of VdA which I've played, all in-game communications were routed through the umpire (generally via private e-mail) to ensure that an appropriately thick "fog-of-war" was maintained. Direct player-to-player communications (even when their in-game personnas were co-located) were strictly forbidden and there was no common forum (like this) where information could be openly shared. Are you planning to handle this is a similar manner, or do you envision a more open seminar/group methodology?
Title: Re: Six Days in October -- A "Le Vol de L'Aigle" Forum Kriegsspiel
Post by: Cyrano on September 17, 2016, 12:48:19 PM
Lancer -- Strict communication through private e-mail will be the way of things.  Might as well book in that the address will be JenaCampaignATgmailDOTcom.  Pleased that was available.

I anticipate a brief period at the beginning for organization and coordination between the commander and subordinates -- planned course of action and all that -- after which comms go dark and everybody loses everybody else unless they're within 10km of one another.   This is, of course, entirely honor system, but, as there's greater glory in losing bravely than in winning knavishly, I should think that little problem.

The only thing I'm still working out with the management is how to provide a look in for those not playing on the game's progress.

Title: Re: Six Days in October -- A "Le Vol de L'Aigle" Forum Kriegsspiel
Post by: Barthheart on September 17, 2016, 01:33:14 PM
...
The only thing I'm still working out with the management is how to provide a look in for those not playing on the game's progress.

That may have to be honour system as well. I was planning on doing some kind of DAR while the game was going but it'll have to be honour system for others to not read it until the game is done.
Hasn't been a problem with other AAR's on  here... O0
Title: Re: Six Days in October -- A "Le Vol de L'Aigle" Forum Kriegsspiel
Post by: Tobias Archer on September 17, 2016, 09:08:11 PM
Hi guys,
How many do want for this game?
Are you still interested in one more?
Thanks.

Title: Re: Six Days in October -- A "Le Vol de L'Aigle" Forum Kriegsspiel
Post by: dom on September 18, 2016, 11:43:04 AM
If you need a "reserve" player, I am in.

dom
Title: Re: Six Days in October -- A "Le Vol de L'Aigle" Forum Kriegsspiel
Post by: Double Deuce on September 18, 2016, 01:54:03 PM
I'm volunteering my services a a reserve commander in case someone drops out. Either side is fine.
Title: Re: Six Days in October -- A "Le Vol de L'Aigle" Forum Kriegsspiel
Post by: bayonetbrant on September 18, 2016, 04:52:55 PM
I'm volunteering to do absolutely nothing, except maybe occasionally read what's going on  :crazy2:
Title: Re: Six Days in October -- A "Le Vol de L'Aigle" Forum Kriegsspiel
Post by: Barthheart on September 19, 2016, 03:33:06 AM
I'm volunteering to do absolutely nothing, except maybe occasionally read what's going on  :crazy2:

(http://pngimg.com/upload/chicken_PNG2145.png)
Title: Re: Six Days in October -- A "Le Vol de L'Aigle" Forum Kriegsspiel
Post by: bayonetbrant on September 19, 2016, 03:44:37 AM
Just consider me the equivalent of the Dutch at this point.
Title: Re: Six Days in October -- A "Le Vol de L'Aigle" Forum Kriegsspiel
Post by: undercovergeek on September 19, 2016, 04:10:50 AM
smoking weed and watching porn?
Title: Re: Six Days in October -- A "Le Vol de L'Aigle" Forum Kriegsspiel
Post by: bayonetbrant on September 19, 2016, 05:33:01 AM
smoking weed and watching porn?

You say that like it's a bad thing
Title: Re: Six Days in October -- A "Le Vol de L'Aigle" Forum Kriegsspiel
Post by: Pinetree on September 19, 2016, 06:38:45 AM
It can be if you fall asleep. In my flatting days, my flat mates and I walked into our lounge after a night on the grog to find another flatty had got smashed and had decided to watch some porn on the telly. He must have thought the porn was pretty good as we found him with his pants 'round his ankles, codger in hand, and him snoring his head off.
Title: Re: Six Days in October -- A "Le Vol de L'Aigle" Forum Kriegsspiel
Post by: Cyrano on September 19, 2016, 07:29:39 AM
@Pinetree:  Oh, what we would have done to that fellow in grad school.  The horror.  The horror.

@Barth:  Thanks for driving this one off the road.

I'll be drawing for commands shortly.
Title: Re: Six Days in October -- A "Le Vol de L'Aigle" Forum Kriegsspiel
Post by: panzerde on September 19, 2016, 07:55:54 AM
I just wanted to register my approval - that's not just a chicken, that's a big chicken!  O0


What I heard Brant say was that he's in for the Waterloo KS, since he's being Dutch.

Title: Re: Six Days in October -- A "Le Vol de L'Aigle" Forum Kriegsspiel
Post by: bayonetbrant on September 19, 2016, 09:05:08 AM
What I heard Brant say was that he's in for the Waterloo KS, since he's being Dutch.

As long as it involves smoking weed and watching porn
Title: Re: Six Days in October -- A "Le Vol de L'Aigle" Forum Kriegsspiel
Post by: Barthheart on September 19, 2016, 04:23:56 PM
@Pinetree:  Oh, what we would have done to that fellow in grad school.  The horror.  The horror.

@Barth:  Thanks for driving this one off the road.

I'll be drawing for commands shortly.

Hey, Doug was drivin, I just pushed on the gas a bit.  >:D
Title: Re: Six Days in October -- A "Le Vol de L'Aigle" Forum Kriegsspiel
Post by: panzerde on September 19, 2016, 04:35:44 PM
@Pinetree:  Oh, what we would have done to that fellow in grad school.  The horror.  The horror.

@Barth:  Thanks for driving this one off the road.

I'll be drawing for commands shortly.

Hey, Doug was drivin, I just pushed on the gas a bit.  >:D


Which is how this usually goes. Beep, beep!


BIG chicken.
Title: Re: Six Days in October -- A "Le Vol de L'Aigle" Forum Kriegsspiel
Post by: Cyrano on September 24, 2016, 07:26:47 PM
Just in case folks were following this thread, I still need to hear from three of the Prussian commanders over in the organizational thread...lest I have to dip into the reserve!

Title: Re: Six Days in October -- A "Le Vol de L'Aigle" Forum Kriegsspiel
Post by: bayonetbrant on September 24, 2016, 09:39:22 PM
Maybe they stopped for directions on the way to the battle? ;D
Title: Re: Six Days in October -- A "Le Vol de L'Aigle" Forum Kriegsspiel
Post by: Cyrano on September 24, 2016, 09:52:31 PM
Given the Prussians' historical performance, that's not have so fanciful as your laughy-face suggests...
Title: Re: Six Days in October -- A "Le Vol de L'Aigle" Forum Kriegsspiel
Post by: bayonetbrant on September 25, 2016, 06:27:26 AM
You're making my point for me
Title: Re: Six Days in October -- A "Le Vol de L'Aigle" Forum Kriegsspiel
Post by: BanzaiCat on September 29, 2016, 06:16:01 PM
I have no idea what I'm doing, or will be doing, but that's never stopped me before.
Title: Re: Six Days in October -- A "Le Vol de L'Aigle" Forum Kriegsspiel
Post by: Lancer4321 on September 30, 2016, 02:22:02 PM
Have roles/sides been assigned yet? If so, I haven't received any notice of such.

Are we supposed to be monitoring some other folder, or is this the main place to find out "here's what's going on with the game"?
Title: Re: Six Days in October -- A "Le Vol de L'Aigle" Forum Kriegsspiel
Post by: Barthheart on September 30, 2016, 04:32:08 PM
Have roles/sides been assigned yet? If so, I haven't received any notice of such.

Are we supposed to be monitoring some other folder, or is this the main place to find out "here's what's going on with the game"?

Yer supposed to have sent an email to Cyrano with your contact info. He's already sent out some info to us.
Title: Re: Six Days in October -- A "Le Vol de L'Aigle" Forum Kriegsspiel
Post by: Double Deuce on October 01, 2016, 12:20:48 AM
Mail received, just need to figure out WTH I am doing.   ???
Title: Re: Six Days in October -- A "Le Vol de L'Aigle" Forum Kriegsspiel
Post by: Hatricvs on October 04, 2016, 03:17:28 PM
Little bit baffled that I have somehow become a senior Prussian Commander...especially given that I have no idea how this game works, what I am supposed to do and how....so I guess I am the prefect candidate for the Prussian Command ;D