Big Al wrote:The CinC can issue commands to the brigade if the brigade commander fails. But the unit/s that the brigade commander was giving an order to when he failed can't receive orders from the CinC in the same orders phase. So if the BC failed when trying to order the entire brigade, then tough! The entire brigade was subject to a failed order and is stuck until the next command phase for that side. See page 25, first paragraph under Further Rules About Orders.
So if my BC is commanding say 5 units of infantry and gives a brigade command to 4 of them and messes up the cinc can attempt to give orders to the 1 remaining unit. Right ?
ady2650 wrote:which had the whole Austrian army looking around wandering what to do whilst several thousand Frenchmen were propelling themselves at us
Comte Michel wrote:ady2650 wrote:which had the whole Austrian army looking around wandering what to do whilst several thousand Frenchmen were propelling themselves at us
Situation normal for the Austrians then - shows how realistic BP can be
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