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TTG Rules for the Napoleonic Period (1975)

TTG Rules for the Napoleonic Period (1975)

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Written for the 1974 British National wargames Championship by R. W. (Bob) Connor of Table Top Games, and later published and sold by the same.
Written for the 1974 British National wargames Championship by R. W. (Bob) Connor of Table Top Games, and later published and sold by the same.

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INDEX
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Pagel
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Organisation
and
scale;
Base
sizes·
General game
notes.
Move
sequence;
Unit
formations.
Movement; Changing
formation
or
face.
Effect
of
terrain
on movem.
ent.
Building •
Skirmishers
d
dtached
sub
uN
s.
Small
arms
fir
Small
arm. fire factor
table
Artillery
Artillery
fire
factor
table.
Morale
test.
Morale
test
factor
table.
Unforming
and
reforming.
Melees.
Infantry
charges;
Cavalry
charges.
Melee
factor
t
ble.
POINTS
VALUES
50
...
C-in-C
figure.
2S
...
Senior
command
figure.
10
....
S,
taff
officer
figure.
15
.
0
StAndard
and
.tandardbearer.
10
...
Infantry
and
field
artillery officer.
15
..
..
Cbalry
and
hone
a:
rtillery
officer.
2
.....
Line
infantZ)'.
figure.
4
0
••
Light
infantry
figure.
S
•..•
Rifle
man
figure.
2
••••
Cavalry
and
artillery
horse
.
3.
..
Light
cava1%)'
figure
(le..
horse)
.
S
•••• Lancer figure
(less horse).
6
..
'.Heavy
cavalry
figure
(les
horse)
S
••.•
Howitzer
and
field
artilleryfigur
0,
s ....
All
limber
driver figures
.
10
0
...
Rocketeer
figure
.
10
Horse
artillery
figure.
35
3/4pdl'
gun
model.
6S
10
6pdr
gun.
model.
95
••
.8/9pc1r
g\lI\
model.
100
••
9pdr
'howitzer
model.
120'
•• 12pdr
gun
m,
odel.
40
.
Hors
artillery
limber
(l_s
hor
e).
20.
.
ieid
artillery
limber
(less
hor
e).
2S
••
Rocket launcher
model.
IS
Ammu.
nition horae
or
wagon
for
rocket
battery.
1
•••.
Exlra
per
figure
for
grenadier
cla.s
,
infantry
(including
officers).
1.
0
Extra
per
figure
for Briti.h
regular
infantry
(less
skirmisher.,
offieer.
and
rifles.)
2
•••.
Extra
per
figure
for
guard
class
tn>O~
(including
officers
and
Skirmishers).
1
••••
Extra
percavalry
figure
armed with
either
mu
ket
or
body
annour.
1
•...
Reduction
per
figure
for
mill
ia
c1a
infan
.
try
'
figures.
2
••••
Reduction
per
figure
for
miijti.a
class
cavalry man,
gunner
and
an
officer
Note:
All
cavalry
are
a
umed
to
be
armed
with
'
rbin
for
purpo
H
of the
.
rule
 
I
Theserules
are
a
basic
guide
to
the
type
of
fighting
in.the
Napoleonic
period.
Certain
arms
and £,
ormationahave
been
left
out, but
if
any
of
these
are
to
be
used
in
a
game
it
is
suggested
that
anamicable
arrangement
be
made between
~he
players
at
the
start
ofthe
game.However,
no
tactics
may
be
ernployed
which were
not
in
,.ase
by
a
particular
army
ofthis
period,
nor
may any
arms
be used
that
are
nothistorically
,
correct
to
this
period..
ORGANISATION AND
SCALE
The
scale
used
is
approximately
one
model
figure
to
20 -
25
actual
men, one
company
'
being
equal.
to
two,
an,d
artillery
batte
'
ries
of
4
to
6,
guns
being
represented
as
one gun and
limber
model.
Cavalry
squadrons
are
to
a
scale
of
1
to
1.
The following
are
someexamples
of
unit
organisation.
Others
m.ay
be
researched
andreduced
by:
the
above
scales
to
give
national
armies
a.
rQquired.
INF
ANTRYUNITS
;
British
French
I
Pruasian
Light
I
LineLine
Line
Battalions
Standard
1
1
1
0
(except
certain
guards)
Officers
55
6
4
Close
order
,
,4
4
I
4
0
sub
'Units
FIgs.
inclose
J-
6
6-
8
6-
10
0
order
sub'
units
,
Open
order
1 1
.
2
4
subunits
I
Figs.
In open
3-
6
4-
6
3-
5
I
3
6
order
sub
'Units
CAVALRY UNITS
(of
most
nations)
1
st.andard,
4
officers,
and
four
squadrons
each comprising
3
...
,5
figures.
ARTILLERY BATTERIES
1
gun
model,
1
Iimber
model,
1
officer,
mounted
or
on
f,
oct,
2
limber drivers
(for
field
guns),
3
limber drivers
(for
horse
gunS) ,
and
3 -5
gunners.
ROCKETBA
TTERIES
1
rocket
launcher
model,
1
pack
horse
or
wagon
model.
1
officer
and 2
-3
f'i.
gure
••
BASE
SIZES
Close
order infantry
..
\"
.quare
Cavalry
(al1
tYpes)
.....
\n
wide
x
l\t1
deep
Guns
.......•
.
.
,
..•..
4"
wide x 2"
deep
Rocket
launcher
........
2" wide x 2
n
deep
Limber
................
2" wide x
depth
to
suittype
of
limber
Note:
On
each
gun
base
make
a.
mark.
half
way
along
the
back edge
Open
order infantry
figures
may
be
set
on%"
wide
)(
~"
deep
base.
if
required.
GENERAL GAME NOTES
1.
Assume
that
allsmall
arms
are
loaded
and
that
all
artillery is
unloaded
at
the
begin-ning
of
the
game.
Artillery
may only
be
moved loaded when being
manhandled.
During
any
move
a
unit,
including
utilIezy..
mus
the
ordered to
load
after
firing
in
the
pre
-vi~us
move,
otherwi.e
the
unit
will
remain
unloaded
Artillery ardel'.
m.
ust
include
the
type
of
ammunition
it
is
to
be
loaded
with.
2.
Only
light
infantry, light
cavalry,
lancers,
and
other
troops
in
buildings,may
operate
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