Javi Gámez, the owner of the publishing rights and the soul behind the 4th Edition of Napoleon's Battles (NB-4) continues to add material to the Napoleon's Battles web site. The latest addition is an AAR about Friedland narrated by Tom Bierschenk. In Tom's words:
"The game was played on 15 July 2016, at the Historicon Miniature Gaming Convention in Fredericksburg, Virginia. The game lasted from 1:00 in the afternoon until midnight, and we completed 26 turns of a 30 turn scenario.
At that point, we called the game, judging that it would likely be a slight Russian victory. Most of the Victory Points in the scenario are in the village of Friedland and the two bridges at Friedland in the Russian rear, and the French were very close, but could probably not take the village before the end of the game"
See a simple of the AAR:
In bed with a sort of flu and waiting to play with my little men...
Watch this space!!