14th October 1806: The clash between the new French ideas about war regarding movement and psychological energy and the old fashioned Prussian traditions on discipline and invincibility.
Degree of difficulty: 4/6
Rigid, plastic cardboard box printed in 5 colors, giving the indications of the number and age of players, the duration of the game, the level of difficulty and the historical setting.
131 pieces in plastic, matte finish cardboard, cut and printed on both sides, they represent the units taking part in the battle with their movement and combat factors.
Board in rigid, thick cardboard plastic with a matte plastic finish, cut in 5 pieces and printed in 5 colors.
Cardboard tables to determine the results of combat and artillery fire.
Calendar showing the entry of forces that were not present at the beginning of the game.
Rule booklet in 4 languages with examples.
Plastic storage tray and dice.
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