Failures in the Cards:
Card No. 6 (Friedrich):
The unit of the army on the card should be infantry
The game contains 16 wooden figures (inclusive the time indicator)
What happens when Napoleon has placed all his armies and cannot perform any more actions?
Napoleon ends his turn (he may still take action cards). Schwarzenberg now executes his actions. If the time indicator has not yet reached 19.10. at the end of his turn, Napoleon has his turn again. Napoleon now moves the timer one square forward and ends his turn. Now Schwarzenberg plays again.
The open action cards are 'uninteresting' for both games.
If players have only drawn cards from the hidden draw for two rounds, they may replace the four face-up cards with four new cards from the draw. The exchanged cards go to the discard pile.
Between the French army A, which stands on an Mission field, and another French army B, an Allied army C is placed.
The French army B can support the army A (see picture on the right), because army C is in contact with army A as well as with army B.
Between two French armies standing on Mission fields stands an allied army.
The Allied Army can only fight against one French Army.
Card No. 17 (Marmont):
Mormont has 3 troop markers. The card shows 2.