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Notes

  • ® is for royalty. Royal leaders cause +1/-1 PP swing, just like Napoleon on standard rules.

Generals

Austria

  • Beaulieu 332B
  • Saxe-Coburg 223B
  • Alvintzi 123C
  • Ott 322D*
  • Wurmser 132B (Remove 1797)
  • Kray 323C (Remove 1800)
  • Bellegarde 233B (1796)
  • Charles ® 446A (1797)
    • Pacifist: If Austria declares a war, except from a call to allies, Charles is unavailable for 1d6 months.
    • If any nation (except Britain) becomes Dominant, this restriction no longer applies for the rest of the game, even if the new dominant power is stripped of the status.
  • Johann ® 112D (1800)
  • Kolowrat 123B (1800)
  • Mack ® 134B (1804)
  • Hiller 122D (1809)
  • Swartzenberg 226B (1810)
  • Default 111D

Britain

  • York® 222A
  • Moira 232B
  • Chatham 122B
  • Moore 342B (1797)
  • Abercromby 342B (1797)
  • Cornwallis 233B (1797, Remove 1805)
  • Dundas 222B (1803)
  • Hill 332C (1808)
  • Beresford 331D (1807)
  • Murray 213C (1809)
    • Is unavailable if GB is at war with USA
  • Wellington 443C (1806)
    • Promotion 1809: 454B
    • Promotion after 1809 and Napoleon has been exiled: 455A
  • Default 221D

France

  • Default 221D

Royalists

  • Broglie 344B
  • Conde® 124B
  • Angouleme® 115B
  • Coigny 223D
  • Bouille 332C

Republicans

  • Hoche 454B*
  • Moreau 445B
  • Desaix 442B*
  • Marceau 432C
  • Pichru 343C
  • Dumouriez 333C
  • Lafayette 132C
  • Kleber 343D

Bonapartists

  • Napoleon Bonaparte
    • General Bonaparte 553C
      • Becomes available according to revolution track.
      • General Bonaparte cannot be killed.
      • Upgrades to Consul after defeating at least 3 enemy corps.
    • Consul Bonaparte 554B
      • Consul Bonaparte cannot be killed.
      • Upgrades to Napoleon after defeating at least 4 enemy corps.
    • Napoleon® 556A
    • Back from exile: Napoleon® 455A
  • Murat 233B*
  • Davout 452C
  • Massena 443C
  • Soult 333C
  • Ney 241C
  • Lannes 241D
    • If a French leader is wounded, the shot is transfered to Lannes. If this happens, Lannes dies
  • Mortier 322D
  • Bernadotte 222C
  • La Salle
    • Must stack with La Salle’s Light Cavalry and cannot command other units.
    • La Salle may lead the French guard when it is committed. La Salle is never wounded - if he is hit, he is dead.
  • Eugene 331C (1806)
  • Suchet 332C (1808)
  • Vandamme 321D (1809)
    • Inherits Lannes’ special ability if Lannes is dead.
  • Marmont 222D (1810)

Turkey

  • Grand Vizier 225A
    • If G.V. dies, Turkey loses a PP. 1d6 turns later, new G.V. arrives
  • Selim II® 116A
  • Pehlivan Khan 343B
  • Ali Pasha 232B
    • Must stack with Albanian Feodal-Inf
  • Abdurrahman 222C*
  • Husrev 223C
  • Krurshid 222C
  • Beylerbey® 123C
    • Must stack with a feudal corps
  • Hakki 222D*
  • Bayrakdar 233B
    • Becomes available according to Russia-track
    • Removed according to Russia-track
  • Mahmud II® 226A
    • Becomes available according to Russia-track
  • Sadrazam 236A
    • Becomes available according to Russia-track
    • If Sadrazam dies, Turkey loses a PP. 1d6 turns later, Grand Vizier arrives
  • Default 111D

Prussia

  • F. Wilhelm II® 123A (Remove 1797)
  • Brunswick 224A
    • Remove according to Bluecher-track
  • Hohenlohe 124B
  • Mollendorf 322C
  • F. Wilhelm III® 112A (1797)
  • Louisa® 231D (1797)
    • upgrades to 333A when second war - after Louisa’s arrival - between France and Prussia breaks out
  • Blucher 345C*
    • Available according to Bluecher-track
    • 1810 promotion: 345B*
  • Gneissenau 335D
    • Is available only if Blucher is unavailable
  • Scharnhorst 334D
    • Is available only if Blucher and Gneissenau are both unavailable
  • Bulow 222C (1808)
  • Yorck 232D (1812)
  • Default 211D

Russia

  • Potemkin 344A (Remove 1796)
  • Suvarov 454B* (Remove 1800)
  • Buxhowden 212C
  • Bagration 243C
  • Kutuzov 344B
  • Yermolov 222C
    • Becomes available after Kutuzov wins a field battle
  • Alexander I® 125A (1801)
  • Dochturov 222D (1806)
  • Platov 221D* (1805)
    • Becomes available only if enemy forces enter Russia
  • Benningsen 223B (1807)
  • Wittgenstein 222C (1808)
  • Rayevski 222D (1808)
  • Miloradovich 232C (1809)
  • Barclay 334B (1810)
    • Promotion if Barclay wins a field battle: 336A
  • Tormassov 123C (1812)
  • Default 121D

Spain

  • Godoy 113A
  • Castanos 333B
  • La Romana 223B
  • Caro 221C
  • Ferdinand® 222B
    • Available after Spain recaptures Madrid from enemy
  • Ballesteros 421C
    • Available 3 months after Ferdinand is available
  • Del Parque 232C (1800)
    • Comes available if a spanish corps win a field battle
  • Palafox 231D (1800)
    • Comes available if a spanish guerrilla appear
  • Blake 224B (1806)
  • De La Cuesta 123B (1807)
  • La Romana 223B (1808)
  • Araizaga 212C (1809)
  • Giron 222B (1810)
  • Default 111D

Sweden

  • Default 121D
  • Gustav IV Adolf 113A(R)
    • Remove 1808 or according to the Russia track, if used.
  • Sandels 241D
    • Cannot be attached to a corps outside Finland/Karelia, but can leave Finland/Karelia along with the corps.
    • If Sandels is in Finland, Finland has guerrilla value 4.
      • This also applies to Karelia if it has been ceded and is currently owned by Sweden.
        • In effect, if Sandels is either in Finland or Karelia, both areas have a guerilla value of 4.
    • Sandels recieves +2 bonus to Withdraw rolls.
  • Adlercreutz 233B
  • Döbeln 332C
  • Bernadotte 323A(R)
    • Becomes available 1810 or according to the Russia track, if used.

American

  • Stephen Decatur 151D

Minors

Minor leaders must stack with own corps

  • Bavaria: Wrede 222C
  • Denmark: Frederick VI® 122B
  • Morocco: Mulay Sliman® 321B
  • Egypt: Mehmet Ali 342C*
  • Algeria: Murad 112C*
  • Persia:
    • Fath Ali® 123A
    • Hasan Quli® 222B
    • Ali Mirza® 322C
  • Poland:
    • Kościuszko 344A
      • Remove after Poland is destroyed
    • Dombrowski 232B
    • Ponjatowski 231B
  • Sweden:
    • Gustav III® 113A (remove 1808)
    • Adlercreutz 233B
    • Döbeln 332C
    • Sandels 241D
      • Cannot operate outside Finland/Karelia.
      • If Sandels is in Finland, Finland has guerrilla value of 4
    • Bernadotte® 323A (1810)
  • Naples:
    • Cardinal Ruffo 122D
      • Ruffo takes no prisoners: All troops captured by a stack led by Ruffo are eliminated instead. Leaders are not eliminated

Admirals

British

  • Nelson 34D (1792)
    • After winning a naval battle, is promoted. First to 44C, then 45B, then 55A(R)
  • Smith 23C (1795)
  • Cochrane 55D (1800)
    • Can only command pure frigate fleets
  • Collingwood 44B (1804) Available only if Nelson is not.
  • Pellew 33B (1809)
  • Default 22D

French

  • Villeneuve 33A (Bonapartist)
  • Willaumez 22C (Bonapartist)
  • Truguet 22C (1809)
  • Default 21D


Spain

  • Don Carlos Gravina 22A (1790)
  • Navarrete 22B (1800)
  • Default 21D


Russia

  • Ushakov 33C
    • Ushakov can only operate on Mediterran and Black Seas
  • Chicagov 22A (1792)
  • Default 21D


Turkey

  • Kaputan Pasha 22A
    • If Kaputan Pasha dies, Turkey looses 1PP. After 1d6 months Kaputan Pasha returns.
  • Hussein Pasha 22C (1791)
  • Default 21D

Sweden

  • Default 21D
  • Gustav III 43A(R)
    • Remove 1792 or according to the Russia track, if used.
  • Cederström 23B
  • Cronstedt 22B

American

  • Richard Dale 22A

Minors

  • Dutch
    • Huell 23C
  • Swedish
    • Cronstedt 32C

Privateers, under construction

American

Jean Lafitte, Smuggler (+1 when protecting trade)
Ephraim Sturdivant, +1 to hiding rolls
Samuel Lord, +1 to raiding rolls if a another nation is also raiding same trade.
Renato Beluche, +1 to raiding rolls if stacked with Lafitte

British


Thomas Cochrane, +1 when hunting pirates. PHASE II
Louisa, reroll 1st hit vs Louisa each turn
Charlotte Badger, when built, Charlotte is placed in the Pacific box.
Hezekiah Frith, +1 raiding rolls on eastern seaboard. Has 50% of keeping spoils. PHASE II.


Canadian

Alexander Godfrey, can not be sunk the same turn his ship is damaged.
Joseph Barss, +1 when raiding trade unopposed in North Atlantic
Joseph Baker, If Baker fails to hit opposing ship or trade, he must immediately return to port if able. First Canadian privateer must be Baker.

French

Eteinne Pellot, rebuilding Etiennes privateer costs nothing. Unlike other captains, Etienne may be rebuilt, twice.
Robert Surcouf, King of Corsairs (may choose two actions each turn) Phase II.
John Ordronaux, +1 to hide rolls
Dominique You, +1 to raiding rolls if stacked with Lafitte. Dominique can not hit or be hit by Lafitte. PHASE II.

Hippolyte de Bouchard

New Spanish

Russian

Spanish

Jose Gaspar, if Gaspar rolls 6 when raiding trade, target nation must pay Spain 5$ or lose a PP
Roberto Confresi, if Roberto rolls a 6 when raiding, instead of 1$, Spain gains 1PP.


Swedish

Johanna Hård, building Johanna costs 3$ less.

Turkish

Barbary Corsairs, May be built multiple times as long as Turkey controls Algeria, Tunisia or Tripolitania. If BC rolls a 6 when raiding, Turkey gains 2$ instead of 1$.

  • BC may operate only in the mediterranean sea and can operate in the mediterranean sea even if opposing fleets are present. Privateers may operate against BC in the med regardless of enemy fleets, but can not raid trade if operating under this exception.
  • BC may raid the trade of any nation passing through mediterranean, even if not at war.
  • If BC are operating in the mediterranean, fleets can not attack privateers there