Piquet: Field of Battle

I ran Piquet: Field of Battle games the last two Fridays, 1809 Austrians vs. French. The guys who played in the games were only vaguely familiar with Piquet, I think from the first edition Master Rules, both they seemed to like FoB.
I’ve been a Piquet fan for years, and I love FoB. Piquet plays nicely, but there are common criticisms: the units take a long time to stat up, you can have very uneven initiative runs, etc… FoB addresses these quite well, as well as dropping many of the rules from regular Piquet that I always wound up forgetting anyway! It quite nicely balances out play (no more uneven initiative runs) while retaining the uncertainty of Piquet. Plus, it is self-contained, no need to buy the Master Rules and fool around with expensive supplements for each period. I highly recommend these rules.


3 Responses to “Piquet: Field of Battle”

  1. disgruntled wendigo Says:

    Without the pics, this means nothing to Disgruntled Wendigo. Puny man-thing, Raaargh!

  2. disgruntled wendigo Says:

    Dude! Did you erase my comment from earlier?

  3. Andy Says:

    Oops, sorry, back now. I have to delete a bunch of spam and overlooked it.
    Anyway, I wanted to take pictures, but my camera’s batteries were dead.

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