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Horse & Musket: Annual Number 1
Horse & Musket: Annual Number 1
by Hollandspiele (2019)
Player Count
1 to 2

Player Ages
12+

Playing Time
30 minutes to 1 hour
Categories
  • Wargame
  • Expansion for Base-game
  • American Indian Wars
  • Pike and Shot
  • Age of Reason
  • Designers
  • Owen Edwards
  • Sean Chick
  • Daniel Chick
  • Johan Brattström
  • Juan Palacios
  • Paul Mach
  • Mechanisms
  • Action Point Allowance System
  • Modular Board
  • Hex-and-Counter
  • Dice Rolling
  • Artists
  • Tom Russell
  • Ilya Kudriashov
  • Family
  • Horse & Musket
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    Description

    Horse and Musket Annual Number 1 is the first fan expansion to Horse & Musket. It will add new scenarios for owners of Volume I-III and some optional rules for greater realism.

    The scenarios include...

    The Boyne - July 11, 1690 – Lillibullero

    Steenkerque - August 3, 1692 – The End of the Pike

    Torroella - May 27, 1694 – The Flight of the Spaniards

    Zenta - September 11, 1697 – Hapsburg Zenith

    Ramillies - May 23, 1706 – Marlborough’s Greatest Victory

    Oudenaarde - July 11, 1708 – “Another hour of daylight…”

    Lesnaya - September 28, 1708 – “Glorious Victory at Lesnaya”

    Gadebusch - December 9, 1712 – A Battle Won and a War Lost

    Stresow - November 15, 1715 – “Is There No God Beside Me?”

    Fort Rosalie - November 29, 1729 – “Everything was on fire and covered in blood…”

    Villmanstrand - August 23, 1741 – Lacy Smashes Sweden

    Campo Santo - February 8, 1743 – The First Victory of Maria Theresa’s Reign

    Kars - August 9, 1745 – Nader’s Last Battle

    Falkirk - January 17, 1746 – Last Chance for the Jacobites

    Bergen op Zoom - September 13, 1747 – “…either hang him or make him Marshal of France.”

    Gross-Jägersdorf - August 30, 1757 – Lehwaldt’s Gamble

    Breslau - November 22, 1757 – Bevern’s Stand

    Wandiwash - January 22, 1760 – “Then followed the battle that gave us India.”

    Sainte-Foy - April 28, 1760 – French Canada’s Denouement

    Liegnitz - August 15, 1760 - Frederick Escapes Daun’s Trap

    —description from the publisher

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