The Game This game, designed by Enrico Acerbi, should come next after Braccio da Montone. The subject is the Napoleonic battle of river Trebbia (june 1799). Wise Bayonet uses the same rules system of Masséna at Loano, integrated with rules needed to reflect the different battle terrain and tactical situation. Compared to the previous game is given much more emphasis to the cavalry and much less to the formation of tirailleurs (almost useless in the plain between rivers Tidone, Trebbia and Po). Click on thumbnails to enlarge images Components One game-map 84x60 cm; 216 5/8” and 140 1/2” die cut counters; Three Player Aid Cards; Rule booklet with scenarios and an historical commentary Scale 1 turn: 1 hour; 1 hex: 300 m (about 328 yards); 1 strength point: 2-300 men for infantry, 150-200 for the cavalry or 2-3 guns Designer Enrico Acerbi Complexity Downloads Solitarie Suitability Trebbia, 17 June – 19 June 1799. "The Bullet is foolish, the Bayonet wise" Alexander Vasilyevich Suvorov.
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