Series Replay -- Brandy Station
Pg 4, Col 1, bottom of page: Ed is forgetting that there is no further movement after a cavalry charge. Paul did not lose sight of a chance to advance.
Pg 5, Col 1, Ed's comment following 'USA Action' (middle of page): "Even if Robertson charges into Davis' rear (through hex 2115)..." Davis is in 2115, so this should read 2215.
Pg 5, Col 2 CSA Action, Chris' comment: "It's possible 2217 would be better..." Should be hex 2117 instead (which would bring Stuart within 3 hexes of Hampton in 1818).
Pg 7, Col 2, first USA action: clarify that Davis moves to 2115 to charge.
New Scenario: On The Fourth Day
For both variants, add the following Special Rule if the Standard Rules are used:
7. Jenkins: Stuart can activate A. Jenkins in this scenario. (Note that this is an exception to rule 5.2 from the Standard Series Rules, but for Jenkins only, not Imboden).
Jenkins (actually it was Ferguson at this point) was under Stuart's direct command on these days after the battle (and on the 3rd too) and this scenario will not work well without this exception.
Standard Series Rules
5.1 March. Force March (bottom of page 4). "(In RTG, SLB, and OTR, for marching ...". should instead read "(In SIV, SLB, and OTR, force marching is identical to the procedure below.)"
7.1 Attacks. Attack Restrictions. The parenthesized comment "(used only in RTG and OTR)" should instead read "(used only in RTG, SLB and OTR)".
7.1 Attacks. Attack Procedure (Assault Action Only). 1. Select Participants, Exception. "(In RTG and OTR only)" should instead read "(In RTG, SLB, and OTR)".
19.0 Counter Manifest: The RTG unit Hays was misspelled as "Hayes".
GCACW Standard Rules Countersheet
The RTG unit Hays was misspelled as "Hayes".
The back side of Wright lists a corps designation of "VI" instead of "VI". The front of the counter and the back of the other units in that corps (Newton and Howe) are correct.
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