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 Post subject: Robert Douglas and his division (rules)
PostPosted: Wed Sep 25, 2013 7:19 pm 
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New historical commander - Swedish commander Robert Douglas - and his division are now available from our website:
www.fireandsword.wargamer.pl/index.php? ... &Itemid=78

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 Post subject: Re: Robert Douglas and his division (rules)
PostPosted: Fri Sep 27, 2013 1:51 pm 
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Interesting, and good to see this kind of thing being added.


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PostPosted: Tue Mar 31, 2015 3:01 pm 
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In the near future I would like to able to field a Douglas division, but I have a question concerning the 'Livregemente'-rule.

If I may quote: "... You can (but it’s not mandatory) add additional (fourth) regiment as base of division. ..."

When we look at the division page you see 4 options for the base of the division. Is the "Mercenary reiter regiment (veterans, see Livregemente special rule)" than an optional regiment; which means the base of the division is 3 regiments if you choose not to field the "Mercenary reiter regiment (veterans, see Livregemente special rule)".

This question is actually based on the free PDF from the Kickstarter. I don't know if it has been changed in the book, which makes it clearer? 8-)


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PostPosted: Tue Mar 31, 2015 3:08 pm 
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So where's the question here? ;) You can either field 3 regiments as the base (national infantry reg., national reiters reg. and merc. reiters that can be veterans) or 4 regiments (with 4th regiment being veteran merc. reiters taken under Livregement Special Rule). That division is not available in any book anyway :)

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Kadrinazi wrote:
So where's the question here? ;) You can either field 3 regiments as the base (national infantry reg., national reiters reg. and merc. reiters that can be veterans) ofr4 regiments (with 4th regiment being veteran merc. reiters taken under Livregement Special Rule).


Maybe question was the wrong word to use and should I have said, "I am looking for the confirmation, to see if I understand correctly". :D Thank you for the answer!


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