This is my first try to review a rule book and system. I have been reading the "Napoleon at War" rules from "Man at war" which is design for 18mm Napoleon figures and Brigade sized battles. First thing you are struck by is the similarities to Flames of War. Man at war have design the rules around there own figures and basing system, they sell the figures in boxes where you get what you need for a regiment or battalion and the layout of the rules and the book is similar.
- Initial Phase
- Movement Phase
- Firing Phase
- Combat Phase
- Reserve and Support Move Phase
- Manoeuvre move: When a unite stays uncommitted or unengaged during it complete movemen it can change formation in the beginning and move its full distant.
- Complex move: If a unit will be or are committed or engaged it has to make a discipline test if it succeeds can it change formation in the beginning and move its fill distant. If it fails it discipline test can it make a simple move.
- Simple move: If the unit is committed or engaged can it perform a simple move. The unit can change is formation in the beginning and move strait forward.