Battle of Culloden, near Inverness, April 16, 1746. British Government army defeats Scottish Jacobites, led by Bonny Prince Charlie, pretender to the throne.
Does it explain itself?
And with all the arrows, it's a bit of madness. Where arrows touch points, means those two can attack each other. For example, Perth and the 10th Dragoons at the top.
Some would start with neutrals, like Shea (protecting Prince Charlie). Might have to reposition so that an extra foot or horse troop can defend Charlie (who escapes in the end anyway.) Prince Charlie and Cumberland start neutral.
The attack method is explained back at Balmerino (blue X's O's), it should make it harder to sweep a whole army. Does the explanation and quick example make sense? I'm trying to prevent friendly fire incidents, here.
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on Sun Apr 18, 2010 3:33 am, edited 1 time in total.
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