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Prince Bogusław Radziwiłł Michał ‘Kadrinazi’ Paradowski, Rafał Szwelicki
Prince Bogusław Radziwiłł
Michał ‘Kadrinazi’ Paradowski, Rafał Szwelicki
Prince Bogusław Radziwiłł Michał ‘Kadrinazi’ Paradowski, Rafał Szwelicki Commander Prince Bogusław Radziwiłł (1620-1669) – one of

Commander

Prince Bogusław Radziwiłł (1620-1669) – one of the best known personalities connected to the Deluge, a Lithuanian noble and prince of the Holy Roman Em- pire. He gained his first military experiences while fighting in the Dutch army aga- inst Spain in early 1640’s. He took part in fights against the Cossacks and comman- ded the foreign pattern units at the battle of Beresteczko in 1651. Awarded by king John II Casimir with the rank of the general of the royal guard, in 1655 he supported Lithuanian forces besieging Mogilev. During the Deluge he tried to create an inde- pendent state at Podlasie by accepting Swedish control. He led his own forces and Swedish reinforcements, among others, in Tykocin area. In 1656 he was captured by Tartars at the battle of Prostki, however he was rescued during the battle at Filipów. Since 1657 he served elector Frederick William Hohenzollern as the gene- ral governor of Ducal Prussia. He led the Brandenburg-Prussian forces against the Swedes since 1658.

Formation Move Armor Morale Skill Close Combat Shooting Weapons E ectiveness Range Special Rules Prince 20/+10
Formation
Move
Armor
Morale
Skill
Close Combat
Shooting
Weapons
E ectiveness
Range
Special Rules
Prince
20/+10
4
7
5
1
1
Hand weapons
0
CC
Commander
Bogusław
Pistols
0
5
Scarce ammunition
Shooting while Charge
- pistols
Command Points:
2.
Cost: 5 FSP

Special Rules:

Stern

As long as prince Bogusław is alive all the regiments in his army increase their Motivation Level by 1. If he dies or leaves the battle field the modifier is no longer in force and every regiment gets an additional

Breaking Point.

Vivat Carolus Gustavus Rex!

If this division is fighting against the Swedes then it may not use allied Swedish regiments. Calculate the lower Division Strength Value if it had any Swedish regiments.

Always on the Winning Side

During the Deluge prince Radziwiłł achieved much more at a negotiation table than in battle.

If you want to use this rule you must inform your opponent about this during the Orders Phase of the first turn of the game (if you forget to do this the rule does not work). At the end of the battle, if it ends in a draw, roll a die. If you roll a number equal or less than the number of turns played then instead of a draw

you achieve a tactical victory.

Schemer

Roll d10 before start of the battle

1-4: no effect 5-8: Disliked – Randomly choose one regiment (excluding the prince’s own Combined Cavalry Re- giment). Treat the Units in this regiment as Insubordinate. In order to transfer a Command Point to them or to give Instructions to the Commander of such regiment you must spend 1 additional Com- mand Point. 9-0: Hated – Treat all regiments in the army, excluding the prince’s own Combined Cavalry Regi- ment, as Insubordinate. In order to transfer a Command Point to them or to give Instructions to the

Commander of such regiment you must spend 1 additional Command Point.

Prince Bogusław can be used in the following ways:

  • 1. The prince as the commander of his own division, including his private forces and Swedish reinforcements. Historically these units never appeared on the battlefield in such numbers but we want to make it possible for the players to try out a new in- teresting option. Banners marked as “elite pancerni” are the two best cossack style cavalry banners in the Lithuanian army (the old hetman Radziwiłł’s banner and prince Bogusław’s own) – in order to emphasize their elite status they are deployed in the game as elite pancerni. For tournament or campaign games the player using the prince’s division must declare whether it is a Polish or Lithuanian division.

NOTES:

NOTES:

Prince Bogusław's Division 1655-1657

Special rules:

On Their Own Land, Financial Problems, Vivat Carolus Gustavus Rex!, Always on the Winning Side

*

Swedish regiments use the 'Allies' rule

+1 FSP per light gun * Organ gun may be deployed as a light gun

5

NOTES:

Prince Bogusław's combined cavalry regiment 1655-1657

50%
50%

SPECIAL RULES:

+1 FSP for Colonel

NOTES: Prince Bogusław's combined cavalry regiment 1655-1657 50% SPECIAL RULES: +1 FSP for Colonel instead of

instead of

NOTES: Prince Bogusław's combined cavalry regiment 1655-1657 50% SPECIAL RULES: +1 FSP for Colonel instead of

+1 FSP for Rotamaster +1 FSP for each winged hussars base The list shows the maximum number of bases of winged hussars in a regiment.

*

6

+1 FSP for every 2 bases of reiters and/or dragooons

* cossack style and pancerni cavalry banners in the regiment do not have spears