23 July 2012

A use for corps command stands

When you look at accounts of the battle, the individual head-space of the corps commanders -- more the French than the German, but the German to some extent -- of the Corps commanders.  This could be represented by making resolve a corps rather than a division attribute.  It also could cut down on how much we represent?

Note Volley and Bayonet tracks hits by regiment, but exhaustion by division -- not that different a concept.

Note that, in the interest of keeping markers and labels to a minimum, I plan to denote which corps is which by the color of the tracking die.  For the German, that might mean some added patterns -- probably matching that used on the epaulettes of the infantry of each corps.  Since these dice are not for rolling, any effect paint might have on rolls is unimportant.

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