Tactical Command

American Civil Paw- Battle Report
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Author:  Easy E [ Mon Jan 30, 2017 4:06 pm ]
Post subject:  American Civil Paw- Battle Report



In 1862, the state of Kenteddy had declared themselves neutral, but Tederalist and Contederates had both moved into the region. Contederate sympathizers established an alternate capital at the city of Bowling Green. However, their numbers were inferior to that of the Tederalists in the region.

Luckily for the Contederates, the command in the west was fragmented between several competing commanders for the Tederalists. This led to confusion and an inability to unify their efforts. Tederalist Brig. Gen James Bear Garfield attempted to drive Contederate Brig General Humphrey Bearshall from the area as they had been using it to recruit new bears to their cause.

After maneuvering, the two, roughly equal forces met not far from the fork in Miller’s Creek. They fought over a small field and swampy region between the woods and rocky ridge line that was the border of the creek. This battle would help decide who would control Kenteddy.

The Forces
The American Civil Paw: Battle of Teddysburgh is an interesting version of the American Civil War since is being fought by teddy bears.

- Brig Gen. James Bear Garfield- Brigade Officer
- 3 Infantry
- 1 cavalry
- 1 Battery of cannons

- Brig Gen. Humphrey Bearshall- Brigade Officer
- 3 Infantry
- 1 Cavalry
- 1 Battery of cannons

I purposely chose identical armies for this battle so that I can test out the rules fully and highlight how they work. I am interested to see what I find out.

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Author:  Legion 4 [ Mon Jan 30, 2017 5:05 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: American Civil Paw- Battle Report

Unbearably nice paint jobs !!!! ;D I did paint some Deff Sckull Orks in Union colors including some Zouaves or Zooavezez ... ;)

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