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La Bataille de Ligny (1st Edition)

by Clash of Arms Games

Category: Board & War Games
Genre: War Game - Napoleonic
Product Line: La Bataille Series (Clash of Arms Games)
Publish Date: 1991
Restockable: No
Condition: VG/EX    
Condition Note: unpunched
NKG part # Mfg. part # Type Condition
2148565299 COA0391-25 Boxed Game VG/EX

For the last time, Napoleon leads L'Armée du Nord across the frontier. As his destiny narrows, he finds his path blocked by 80,000 Prussians massed along the banks of Ligny Creek; led by his old enemy, Field Marshal Blücher, "... a man who would attack if he had but two battalions...." And by the banks of this same creek he finds his last great victory. But will it be the complete victory he needs, shattering the Allied coalition with minimal losses to himself? Or an indecisive bloody pounding match the French can ill afford, given their overall weak strategic position? La Bataille de Ligny is the first of five boxed sets detailing the climatic moments of Napoleon's last 100 days as Emperor of the French. Possibly the grandest of the grand, La Bataille de Ligny reproduces this epic encounter on four 34"x22" period maps. Over 1,000 counters, including every Prussian unit found at Wavre and Waterloo two days later, surpass even the artistic splendor associated with the graphic standards of Clash of Arms games. Also included the are the organizational displays and historical commentary to provide you with the complete Napoleonic experience.

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