Can you lead your men to victory?
Napoléon 1807 is the latest installment of the CONQUERORS Series using the same mechanisms from Napoléon 1806. Very well received by gamers, this tabletop war game is for either young conscripts or seasoned grognards.
Grognard: An old soldier, a term used for the Napoleon’s original imperial guard.
But there’s also the slang version for grognard; someone who enjoys playing older war-games or roleplaying games, sometimes of the tabletop variety.
Conscript: A person drafted or enlisted into the armed services.
Napoléon 1806, the Prussian Campaign
Napoléon 1806 english version has been out of stock after less than one month. So we will reprint the game and you can pledge for it alone, or part of a bundle with Napoléon 1807.
On August 9, 1806, Frederick William of Prussia, in reaction to the recent creation of the Confederation of the Rhine by Napoleon, decreed the order of mobilization. War becomes unavoidable.
The Prussian army concentrates on Erfürt without waiting for the troops of its Russian ally. Outrunning his opponents, Napoleon enters Saxony with the Grand Army on October 7, 1806 and heads for Berlin.
A week later the Prussians, defeated at Jena and Auerstaedt, retreat North. The pursuit led by the Murat cavalry can begin...