|The Prince of Orange with his entourage ready for command at Quatre Bras|
The next few weeks will see two games being played upstairs in the wargames room at home.
They both will General D'Armee Napoleonic games as they are certainly the rules of choice for my battles since their release.
They also will both be based within the 1815 campaign as the very clever Dave Brown prepares to release, through Reiswitz Publishing, a PDF of six battles of the Hundred Days. How wonderful.
For both battles there will be a fair amount of both British and Allied troops, all of which I have already painted and based through my gaming with the excellent General De Brigade in the past. However anyone who has played GdA knows that the use of ADC's and skirmishers is an important aspect of the rules.
|Belgian Flank companies in skirmisher bases|
|Another photo in far better morning light. What a difference it makes.|
|Some Militia skirmishers|
|Another angle with another light source/|
My Dutch-Belgian Brigade which will be that of Byljandt did not have any skirmishers at all so a quick order to Perry Miniatures and a few rushed licks of paint and they will now have some if required.
|This Prince of Orange stand actually appears in Dave's General De Brigade volume - nice command set.|
|A view the French hope to see during the Quatre Bras re-fight|
So the first will be Mont St. Jean hopefully commencing this weekend.