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14.7 THE GRAND CAMPAIGN GAME:
This campaign game simulates the entire Napoleonic wars from 1805 onward. It encompasses the full splendour and sorrow of Bonaparte’s rise and fall.The players relive the greatest and the most disastrous of the campaigns that made Napoleonic legend a story to inspire courage and fear.
14.7.1 STATUS CARD SETUP:
184.108.40.206 POLITICAL STATUS: Use the (I) positions.
220.127.116.11 TIME: The game begins in January, 1805 and ends after the December, 1815 turn.
18.104.22.168 STARTING VICTORY POINTS: All major powers begin with zero victory points.
14.7.2 PLAYERS: If there are less than 7 players the following division of major powers is recommended:
6 PLAYERS: GB, France, Russia, Austria, Turkey, Prussia
5 PLAYERS: GB, France, Russia, Austria, Turkey
4 PLAYERS: GB, France, Russia, Austria
3 PLAYERS: GB, France, Russia
2 PLAYERS: GB, France Use rules 14.2 and/or 14.3 to gain control of all initially unselected major powers.
14.7.3 EXISTING WARS AND TREATIES: Before any forces are setup, major powers may announce
pre-existing states of war. This allows major powers in effect, to declare war before the game
begins. No political points are lost for doing so. Pre-existing states of war may be announced
only between major powers. Players may wish to apply option 11.9.2. Neutral minor countries
may not be involved. No alliances are in effect and no peace conditions apply.
14.7.4 FORCES SETUP: The major power’s forces begin with these strengths:
AUSTRIA: 75I, 7 Gd, 15C, 7 depots, and desired corps and $33. Both Insurrection corps begin
at full strength but may not be setup on the map. The Tyrol corps will be used only under the
conditions of 10.1.5. All leaders except for Schwarzenberg are available at the start of the game.
FRANCE: 135I, 5Gd, 17C, and desired corps and fleets, 4 depots, 49 ships and $45. All leaders
except Eugene and Jerome are available at the start of the game. The French player also sets up
Holland (the Holland corps and the Holland fleet with 4I, 1C, and 15 ships.)
GREAT BRITAIN: 1Gd, 19I, 4C, 2 depots, 100 ships, any desired corps and fleets and $25.
Nelson is the only leader available at the start.
PRUSSIA: 80I, 3Gd, 17C, 5 depots, and desired corps, $18 and 9 manpower. Only leaders
Brunswick and Hohenlohe are available at the start of the game. The Prussian player also sets
up Saxony (the Saxony corps with 8 Saxon I and 2 Saxon C.)
RUSSIA: 75I, 5Gd, 10C, 2Ck, 6 depots, 49 ships, and desired corps and fleets, and $37. All
leaders except Barclay, Tormassov, and Wittgenstein are available at the start of the game. No
more than one corps may commence the game based at Corfu (and no excess factors in garrison
SPAIN: 1Gd, 41I, 6C, 2 depots, 57 ships, any desired corps and fleets and $16. Only leaders
Blake and Castanos are available at the start of the game.
TURKEY: 35I, 7C, 2 depots, 22 ships, any desired corps and fleets and $11. All feudal corps
begin at full strength and may be setup on the map if desired. All leaders are available at the
start of the game. The Turkish player also sets up Syria (the Syria corps with 5 Syrian I and 6
14.7.5 CONTROL: The major powers control their home nations plus those minor countries in the
status indicated (free state or conquered) in the “1805” column of the MINOR COUNTRIES
CHART on the Game Card.
14.7.6 REINFORCEMENTS: The following leaders arrive in the Army Reinforcement Step of January
in the year indicated or on any later Turn: Austria: Schwarzenberg 1810; France: Eugene 1806,
Jerome 1808; Great Britain: Wellington 1806, Moore 1807, and Beresford 1808; Prussia: Blucher
1806 and Yorck 1813; Russia: Barclay 1810, Tormassov 1811, and Wittgenstein 1812; Spain:
De Las Cuesta 1807. The Austrian freikorps is available during the Levy Step of March, 1809
and the Prussian freikorps is available during the Levy Step of March, 1813. The Bernadotte
leader changes from being a French to a Swedish leader in August, 1810.
14.7.7 SPECIAL RULES: There are no special rules in this campaign game.