Royal Army of Italy 1812?

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Royal Army of Italy 1812?

Post by Trailape » Sat Jul 07, 2012 1:41 pm

Ok, just looking at the Royal Army of Italy 1812 list (page 52 of triumph of nations), and it says all infantry are Unreformed :shock:
Surely not!
Is it a typo? In 1809 they are reformed (see page 28).
Can anyone confirm if the Italians in 1812 should be classed as reformed.
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Re: Royal Army of Italy 1812?

Post by Crabbie1 » Sat Jul 07, 2012 1:49 pm

Sent you a email with the errata link mate. They are reformed but some point and élan changes as well.

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