Blücher: Kaiserlicks
Blücher: Kaiserlicks (2015)


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Unrated
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During the wars of the French Revolution, the French called their Austrian enemies “kaiserlicks,” a mispronunciation of the German word for “imperial.” The humble kaiserlick was a well-trained and well-equipped soldier, the most consistent and frequent enemy of the French Republic and Empire. Kaiserlicks is a set of 67 richly colorful heavy-duty poker-sized cards, covering the army of the Austrian Empire. This set contains all of the units and officers that you need to create an Austrian army for Blücher or for a Scharnhorst campaign. —description from the publisher

Wargame
Miniatures
Expansion for Base-game
Napoleonic
Scenario \/ Mission \/ Campaign Game
2 - 4
Sam Mustafa Publishing LLC
Sam A. Mustafa
120 - 180
10