Horse & Musket – Great Battles of the Eighteenth Century
Play conservatively. Order your troops into line formation
early, and attack only when you feel confident that you’ll
win. Most actions cause disruption, and a highly disrupted
unit is worthless, so be sure to stack the odds in your
favor before committing your men.
Keep your cannons out of the front line. Sure, it’s tempting
to mow down the enemy infantry with them, but cannons are
easily captured if assaulted. You’ll miss them when they
The prime target for your cannon should be the enemy cannon.
They are the most destructive unit on the battlefield, and
deserve your immediate and repeated attention.
Make sure you keep a leader’s charges within his command
radius. There is nothing more frustrating than wasting a
unit’s turn because it is not within a leader’s command
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