Bonaparte in the Quadrilateral


May 1796: Bonaparte arrived at Piacenza with 35,168 men of the Army of Italy, crossing to the north bank of the Po and heading for Lodi, shouldering aside Austrian flank guards. Lodi was abandoned by the Austrians only after Beaulieu’s 26,697-man army escaped from harms way and was sprinting for Cremona. In a highly-idealized propaganda moment (see cover), Bonaparte took his sword in one hand and the grenadiers’ flag in the other, attempting to lead them against the Austrian guns dominating the bridge and causeway. “A near run thing.”

This game uses the Universal Card Deck included in Napoleon’s Wheel.  (Use of the Cards is optional.)

Each game includes:
Game Box
4 Maps 34″x22″
1 Map 17″x22″
2 Counter Sheets (560 die-cut player pieces)
2 Booklets (System Rules and Study Folder)
21 Player Aid Cards (TRC x9, Initial Set-up x5, Casualty x2, Combat Results, Reorganization, Weather, Fog of War Card Instructions x2)
5 Resource Cards (Adding the Cards Folder, Combat Tables Folder, Orders Slip Sheet/Sequence of Play, Victory Worksheet, Cards Removed from Deck/Scenario Parameters)

This game uses the two optional card decks. (French and Coalition). If you do not have them in another OSG game, they can be ordered separately.

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SKU 212 Category

Additional information

Weight 0.9 kg
Dimensions 30 × 23 × 5.5 cm


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