Et Sans Resultat! Didn’t Dare Do Anything, 1812 in Russia
Et Sans Resultat! is a set of Napoleonic table top wargames rules from The Wargaming Company LLC.
It is aimed at Corps level and above. While the smallest unit on the table is a battalion or squadron, combat and movement is resolved around the larger divisional organisation. This introduces greater elements of command and control (which make for much more interesting wargaming in my view) and encourages Commanders to worry more about reserves and the coherent deployment of divisions rather than the precise angle of deployment of a battalion in line.
When Napoleon invaded Russia in the summer of 1812, he detached forces both north and south to cover the flanks of the Main Army. The Russians were forced to respond by doing the same. But separated from their chief, the hesitant, and sometimes reluctant generals acted erratically. Their uncertainly made only worse by the Emperor’s constant correspondence of orders, questions, and demands. Didn’t Dare Do Anything provides scenarios pitting former allies like the Austrians and Russians against each other, as well as highlighting Russian initiative vs French hesitancy. Didn’t Dare Do Anything is a unique look into the problems that would snowball to plague Napoleon’s 1813 campaigns.
Didn’t Dare Do Anything expands Master of the World!
You can choose to play the scenarios of Didn’t Dare Do Anything alone, or as an expansion to Master of the World, expanding its campaign!
Hundreds of uniform images!
Created especially for inclusion in this series and offering:
Over 100 pages
Eight scenarios covering the flanks of Napoleon’s invasion of Russian:
Didn’t Dare Do Anything is compatible with Et sans résultat! Original and Second Edition as well as almost any other tabletop Napoleonic wargame.