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Incredible Courage 1805, Gunzburg
Incredible Courage 1805, Gunzburg
by Grognard Simulations, Inc. (GSI) (2018)
Player Count
  • Wargame
  • Napoleonic
  • Designers
  • Christopher Fasulo
  • Mechanisms
  • Hex-and-Counter
  • Artists
  • Rick Barber
  • Family
  • Rivers: Danube
  • Incredible Courage
  • History: Napoleonic Wars
  • Player Count: Two Player Only Games
  • Rating: 0/10 from 0 users


    This battle deals with the situation at the start of the Battle for Ulm and the French cutting off of the Austrians. General Mahler of Marshall Ney's VI Corps is ordered to the south bank of the Danube. The general is faced by Austrians under the command of Baron D'Aspre who are positioned on the opposite bank of the Danube and are well supported. Mahler splits his force into three groups and attempts to take the three bridges in the area. His main force has no success in getting across the Danube in the center of his line, but they do capture the Baron and put his force into the dark with lesser leadership. Meanwhile, a bit further north, one French regiment manages to cross the Danube and proceeds to overwhelm a strong Austrin force guarding the crossing. Mahler then orders his remaining regiments to maneuver to the successful crossing site and together Mahler's divisions defeats the Austrians.

    Key Features:
    • (8) 11" x 17" game maps of the Gunzburg area
    • (1) Full Color Order of Battle Charts
    • Approximately 500 Die Cut Unit Counters and Markers
    • (4) Scenarios that allow play on smaller parts of the battle or the entire affair
    • Numerous charts and tables
    • Variable combat strengths
    • Reduction by Levels of Order
    • Infantry units at company level, Cavalry units at the squadron level, and artillery at the section level
    • Battalion level infantry, and Regimental level cavalry units
    • Highly detailed without overbearing rules
    • Excellent Solitaire Play

    —description from the publisher

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