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Paolo Gentili
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Hi there! I'm playing the Campaign game and I found some difficulties in managing the two situations togheter (QB and Ligny): a long withdrawal searching for a better playground with the two armies reunited or a standing battle very dangerous for the same two armies (Prussian and Coalition), especially if D'Erlon wakes up. Can someone suggest me an ideal strategy (if one exists) for this scenario? Thanks, Paolo
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Andreas E. Gebhardt
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gionny98 wrote:
...Can someone suggest me an ideal strategy (if one exists) for this scenario? ...


Paolo,
this is the same situation Wellington and Blücher faced in 1815! whistle

Best thing should be to try both variants and find out by yourself. And writ down your experience and post it right here for all of us to learn more about it

Hope you don't get this wrong, but got my drift cool

Andy
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Paolo,

I was going to say the same thing as Andreas and hoped you didn't think I was being rude, clever or obtuse. You should enjoy making those decisions for yourself and then test out another option in your next play. For me, that's much of the whole enjoyment rather than hear old farts tell me what to do
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Paolo Gentili
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Thanks you all for the answers. I will do what you are suggesting and try different solutions, than post my opinions. Thanks again, Paolo
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