trevor allen wrote:The reason that in BP we went to 2 guns to represent a battery was that an artillery battery took up the same space as an infantry regiment in line (give or take). That certainly is not the case for P & S as artillery regiments did not exist as regiments at this time. The artillery train should not be considered as a formal regiment. This is one case where guns should be left as they are, as they tended to be deployed either in batteries which do still take up a large amount of space (and generally are going to be ineffective) or as single guns spread along a line.
trevor allen wrote:In fact, in BP we should be using more guns than 2 to represent a battery. Glad that P & S does'nt have this problem. In P & S artillery is less effective at shooting, but actally more effective in HTH!!
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