J.J. Young on Thu, 30 Nov 2006 21:45:56 -0700 (MST)

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 Re: [eia] Paris results

```For escalated assualt vs. Outflank, aren't you on 3-3 in round 1, a French
roll of 5+1 = 6 on 3-3 means Davout inflicts -2.8 morale and 15% of 28 = 4
factors (3 British I - all there was in the pinning force, and 1 Russian I).
Wellington rolls 4+1 = 5 on 3-1 and inflicts 10% of  9 = -1 M and -1.1
morale on the French.

In round 2, the Coalition rolls 2+1 = 3 on 5-4 and inflicts 15% of
(5 pinning + 11 * 2 = 27), which comes to 4 casualties, one of which must be
the Cav factor since the -2.4 morale loss is just _barely_ enough to break
Davout in round 2.  However, the French roll 2+1 = 3 on 4-1 and inflict 10%
of 27 = 3 casualties on the Coalition army and -0.7 morale.

Pursuit is unsuccessful.  Total French losses are -1 M, -3 I, -1 C, and
total Coalition losses are -5 British I (removing the British IV corps)
and -2 Russian I.  Davout retreats to Soissons.  -1 PP for France, +1 PP
each for Britain and Russia.

This distribution of losses is slightly different from Mike's tally.  6/20
of 7 Coalition losses comes to 2 Russian casualties.

-JJY

----- Original Message -----
From: "Michael Gorman" <mpgorman@xxxxxxxx>
To: "public list for an Empires in Arms game" <eia@xxxxxxxxx>
Sent: Thursday, November 30, 2006 11:32 AM
Subject: [eia] Paris results

> So I show the British losing 4 factors in round 1 and then 2 more in round
> 2 for 6 British losses.
>
> The Russians lose 1 factor in round 2 for a total of one factor.
>
> France loses one militia in round one and 3 infantry and a cavalry in
round 2.
>
> The way the factors had to be assigned I don't believe it is possible for
> any counters to be removed unless Russia decides to take its casualty as a
> cossack
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