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Subject: British admiral Ball....really? rss

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Michael H
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As a big fan of the Napoleonic period I was curious what leaders this game would use. I was stunned to see British admiral Ball being used and valued as a +2 second in value to only Nelson! Where did that come from?! He was responsible for Malta but lead no fleet at sea. Collingwood or Kieth as a +2 I can see but Ball should not even be listed.
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Gammer wrote:
As a big fan of the Napoleonic period I was curious what leaders this game would use. I was stunned to see British admiral Ball being used and valued as a +2 second in value to only Nelson! Where did that come from?! He was responsible for Malta but lead no fleet at sea. Collingwood or Kieth as a +2 I can see but Ball should not even be listed.


On the flip side, Grouchy isn't in the countermix so he can't be blamed for any disasters in 1815! laugh
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On the land side of it, Ney (Bravest of the Brave) is underrated. He should be a 1-2 or at least a 0-2. Suchet should be a 2-1 at best.
 
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