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 Post subject: Campaign Petersburg scenario list
PostPosted: Mon Nov 13, 2017 12:24 am 
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"w" denotes using weather feature, and 200+ denotes AI challenge games (meant to be solitaire)

001 Jerusalem Plank I, June 9th, 1864
002w Jerusalem Plank I, June 9th, 1864
003 Jerusalem Plank II, June 9th, 1864
004w Jerusalem Plank II, June 9th, 1864
005 First Assault I, June 15th, 1864
006w First Assault I, June 15th, 1864
007 First Assault II, June 15th, 1864
008 Siege of Petersburg, June 15th-17th, 1864
009 Hancock's Advance, June 16th, 1864
010w Hancock's Advance, June 16th, 1864
011 Ledlie's Attack I, June 17th, 1864
012w Ledlie's Attack I, June 17th, 1864
013 Ledlie's Attack II, June 17th, 1864
014 Potter's Attack I, June 17th, 1864
015w Potter's Attack I, June 17th, 1864
016 Potter's Attack II, June 17th, 1864
017w Potter's Attack II, June 17th, 1864
018 Potter's Attack III, June 17th, 1864
019w Potter's Attack III, June 17th, 1864
020 Willcox's Attack I, June 17th, 1864
021w Willcox's Attack I, June 17th, 1864
022 Willcox's Attack II, June 17th, 1864
023 Federal Advance I, June 18th, 1864
024w Federal Advance I, June 18th, 1864
025 Federal Advance II, June 18th, 1864
026w Federal Advance II, June 18th, 1864
027 Federal Advance III, June 18th, 1864
028w Federal Advance III, June 18th, 1864
029 Mahone's Attack June 22nd, 1864
030w Mahone's Attack June 22nd, 1864
031 Mahone's Attack II June 22nd, 1864
032 1st Reams Station June 29th, 1864
033w 1st Reams Station June 29th, 1864
034 The Crater, July 30th, 1864
035w The Crater, July 30th, 1864
036 Globe Tavern I, Aug 18th, 1864
037w Globe Tavern I, Aug 18th, 1864
038 Globe Tavern II, Aug 18th, 1864
039w Globe Tavern II, Aug 18th, 1864
040 Globe Tavern III, Aug 19th, 1864
041w Globe Tavern III, Aug 19th, 1864
042 2nd Reams Station I, Aug 25th, 1864
043w 2nd Reams Station I, Aug 25th, 1864
044 2nd Reams Station II, Aug 25th, 1864
045 2nd Reams Station III, Aug 25th, 1864
046 Peebles Farm I, Sept 30th, 1864
047w Peebles Farm I, Sept 30th, 1864
048 Peebles Farm II, Sept 30th, 1864
049w Peebles Farm II, Sept 30th, 1864
050 Peebles Farm III, Sept 30th, 1864
051 Peebles Farm IV, Sept 30th, 1864
052 Rocky Branch I, Sept 30th, 1864
053w Rocky Branch I, Sept 30th, 1864
054 Rocky Branch II, Sept 30th, 1864
055 Fort Archer I, Sept 30th, 1864
056w Fort Archer I, Sept 30th, 1864
057 Fort Archer II, Sept 30th, 1864
058 Vaughan Road I, Oct 1st, 1864
059w Vaughan Road I, Oct 1st, 1864
060 Vaughan Road II, Oct 1st, 1864
061w Vaughan Road II, Oct 1st, 1864
062 Vaughan Road III, Oct 1st, 1864
063w Vaughan Road III, Oct 1st, 1864
064 Wyatt House I, Oct 1st, 1864
065w Wyatt House I, Oct 1st, 1864
066 Wyatt House II, Oct 1st, 1864
067 Wyatt House III, Oct 1st, 1864
068 Wyatt House IV, Oct 1st, 1864
069 Holly Point Church I, Oct 27th, 1864
070w Holly Point Church I, Oct 27th, 1864
071 Holly Point Church II, Oct 27th, 1864
072 Burgess Mill I, Oct 27th, 1864
073w Burgess Mill I, Oct 27th, 1864
074 Burgess Mill II, Oct 27th, 1864
075 Hatcher's Run I, Feb 5th, 1865
076w Hatcher's Run I, Feb 5th, 1865
077 Hatcher's Run II, Feb 5th, 1865
078 Hatcher's Run III, Feb 5th, 1865
079 Hatcher's Run IV, Feb 5th, 1865
080 Hatcher's Run, Feb 6th, 1865
081w Hatcher's Run, Feb 6th, 1865
082 Fort Stedman I, Mar 25th, 1865
083w Fort Stedman I, Mar 25th, 1865
084 Fort Stedman II, Mar 25th, 1865
085 Fort Stedman III, Mar 25th, 1865
086 Fort Stedman IV, Mar 25th, 1865
087 White Oak I, Mar 31st, 1865
088w White Oak I, Mar 31st, 1865
089 White Oak II, Mar 31st, 1865
090 White Oak III, Mar 31st, 1865
091 White Oak IV, Mar 31st, 1865
092 Dinwiddie C. H. I, Mar 31st, 1865
093w Dinwiddie C. H. I, Mar 31st, 1865
094 Dinwiddie C. H. II, Mar 31st, 1865
095 Dinwiddie C. H. III, Mar 31st, 1865
096 Five Forks I, April 1st, 1865
097w Five Forks I, April 1st, 1865
098 Five Forks II, April 1st, 1865
099 Five Forks III, April 1st, 1865
100 Five Forks IV, April 1st, 1865
101w Five Forks IV, April 1st, 1865
102 Sailor's Creek I, April 6th, 1865
103w Sailor's Creek I, April 6th, 1865
104 Sailor's Creek I, April 6th, 1865
105w Sailor's Creek I, April 6th, 1865
106 Sailor's Creek II, April 6th, 1865
107w Sailor's Creek II, April 6th, 1865
108 Sailor's Creek III, April 6th, 1865
109w Sailor's Creek III, April 6th, 1865
110 Sailor's Creek IV, April 6th, 1865
111w Sailor's Creek IV, April 6th, 1865
112 1st Battle High Bridge I, April 6th, 1865
113w 1st Battle High Bridge I, April 6th, 1865
114 1st Battle High Bridge II, April 6th, 1865
115w 1st Battle High Bridge II, April 6th, 1865
116 The Pursuit, April 7th, 1865
117w The Pursuit, April 7th, 1865
118 Prince Edward Road, April 7th, 1865
119w Prince Edward Road, April 7th, 1865
120 2nd Battle High Bridge, April 7th, 1865
121w 2nd Battle High Bridge, April 7th, 1865
122 Southside, April 7th, 1865
123w Southside, April 7th, 1865
124 Cumberland Heights, April 7th, 1865
125w Cumberland Heights, April 7th, 1865
126 Cumberland Church I, April 7th, 1865
127w Cumberland Church I, April 7th, 1865
128 Cumberland Church II, April 7th, 1865
129w Cumberland Church II, April 7th, 1865
130 New Hope Church, April 9th, 1865
131w New Hope Church, April 9th, 1865
132 New Hope Church II, April 9th, 1865
133w New Hope Church II, April 9th, 1865
134 Appomattox Station, April 8th, 1865
135w Appomattox Station, April 8th, 1865
136 Appomattox Station II, April 8th, 1865
137w Appomattox Station II, April 8th, 1865
138 Appomattox I, April 9th, 1865
139w Appomattox I, April 9th, 1865
140 Appomattox II, April 9th, 1865
141w Appomattox II, April 9th, 1865
142 Appomattox III, April 9th, 1865
143w Appomattox III, April 9th, 1865
200 CSA_Jerusalem Plank, June 9th, 1864
201 USA_Potter's Attack, June 17th, 1864
202w_CSA_Jerusalem Plank, June 9th, 1864
203w_USA_Potter's Attack, June 17th, 1864
204_CSA_Peebles Farm I, Sept 30th, 1864
205w_CSA_Peebles Farm I, Sept 30th, 1864
206_USA_Peebles Farm 2, Sept 30th, 1864
207w_USA_Peebles Farm 2, Sept 30th, 1864
208 CSA_Vaughan Road, Oct 1st, 1864
209w CSA_Vaughan Road, Oct 1st, 1864
210 USA_Burgess Mill, Oct 27th, 1864
211w USA_Burgess Mill, Oct 27th, 1864
212 CSA_Hatcher's Run, Feb 5th, 1865
212w CSA_Hatcher's Run, Feb 5th, 1865
213 CSA_Hatcher's Run, Feb 6th, 1865
214w CSA_Hatcher's Run, Feb 6th, 1865
215 CSA_Fort Stedman, Mar 25th, 1865
216w CSA_Fort Stedman, Mar 25th, 1865
217 CSA_Dinwiddie C. H., Mar 31st 1865
218w CSA_Dinwiddie C. H., Mar 31st 1865
219_USA_White Oak, Mar 31st, 1865
220w USA_White Oak, Mar 31st, 1865
221 USA_Five Forks, April 1st, 1865
222w USA_Five Forks, April 1st, 1865
223 CSA_Sailor's Creek, April 6th, 1865
224w CSA_Sailor's Creek, April 6th, 1865
224x USA Appomattox Station, April 8th, 1865
225 USA_Appomattox I, April 9th, 1865
226w USA_Appomattox I, April 9th, 1865
227 USA_Appomattox II, April 9th, 1865
228w USA_Appomattox II, April 9th, 1865

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 Post subject: Re: Campaign Petersburg scenario list
PostPosted: Mon Nov 13, 2017 10:18 am 
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Just wonder why the trouble was taken to do weather and none weather versions.

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 Post subject: Re: Campaign Petersburg scenario list
PostPosted: Mon Nov 13, 2017 2:13 pm 
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Wow - your scenario name matches the file name! BRAVO!

Thanks, Rich - this is really helpful when trying to find a scenario.

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 Post subject: Re: Campaign Petersburg scenario list
PostPosted: Mon Nov 13, 2017 2:32 pm 
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Because some folks do NOT like to play with the weather effects. Its a courtesy that some of the Scenario Designers give to the customer.

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 Post subject: Re: Campaign Petersburg scenario list
PostPosted: Mon Nov 13, 2017 2:47 pm 
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Christian, the club is composed of a wide variety of gamers and psuedo-gamers of all ages and backgrounds, some of whom, like Bill says, consider the weather variants to be too much additional information, while many others can't get enough realism injected! Then again there are those of us who own some games but rarely play them, being content to just fire one of them up, once and a while, pick a scenario and ride around just looking at the terrain. They "don't need no stink'in weather!"

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 Post subject: Re: Campaign Petersburg scenario list
PostPosted: Mon Nov 13, 2017 6:55 pm 
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As others said, it give players more options and variety. I kinda wish that the 3D graphics could match the weather. For example, show some semblance of rain if it's raining. Maybe I can't get Berto to have a look. Perhaps one day!

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 Post subject: Re: Campaign Petersburg scenario list
PostPosted: Thu Nov 16, 2017 6:27 am 
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Rich,

It was mentioned before that maybe a setting in the weather line could switch between the standard map files and the alternate map files. That would be a good case like Shiloh where it starts out with standard map features and witches to the rainy/muddy alternate map files when the weather changes from clear to rainy.

I think there should be three folders in the alternate map folder for: rainy, snowy and Fall map files.

That would allow the map conditions to change during a battle based on the weather. Just like Gettysburg, the scenario covers three days. If there is rain the map images would change to match the weather.

Here is some examples from the weather file in the Antietam .pdt file:
1 1861 7 18 9 0 100 6 135 90 -10 0 Heavy mist
1 1861 7 18 10 0 58 8 135 90 -10 0 Light mist
1 1861 7 18 11 40 12 23 100 95 -10 0 Clearing/ Light Smoke

The marked/colored/underlined "0" I believe could be used to change this setting between the standard map files and the alternate map files. Maybe Berto could look into that?

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 Post subject: Re: Campaign Petersburg scenario list
PostPosted: Thu Nov 16, 2017 10:25 pm 
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D. Hampel wrote:
Rich,

It was mentioned before that maybe a setting in the weather line could switch between the standard map files and the alternate map files. That would be a good case like Shiloh where it starts out with standard map features and witches to the rainy/muddy alternate map files when the weather changes from clear to rainy.

I think there should be three folders in the alternate map folder for: rainy, snowy and Fall map files.

That would allow the map conditions to change during a battle based on the weather. Just like Gettysburg, the scenario covers three days. If there is rain the map images would change to match the weather.

Here is some examples from the weather file in the Antietam .pdt file:
1 1861 7 18 9 0 100 6 135 90 -10 0 Heavy mist
1 1861 7 18 10 0 58 8 135 90 -10 0 Light mist
1 1861 7 18 11 40 12 23 100 95 -10 0 Clearing/ Light Smoke

The marked/colored/underlined "0" I believe could be used to change this setting between the standard map files and the alternate map files. Maybe Berto could look into that?


That's an interesting thought

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 Post subject: Re: Campaign Petersburg scenario list
PostPosted: Thu Nov 16, 2017 10:34 pm 
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Napoleonic series has "Normal, Snow and Frozen" conditions - there is a Snow folder in the Map folder for the additional graphics.

I would love for BOTH series to get a "MUD" condition. The Murfreesboro battle in BGG Chickamauga was done in mud colors if I remember correctly.

Autumn colors would be nice too for those battles fought in the Fall.

Am sure that a "Mud" terrain color set could be added.

Snow - lakes are NOT frozen over.
Frozen - lakes ARE frozen over.

Neither of those usually apply to the ACW games but MUD would.

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 Post subject: Re: Campaign Petersburg scenario list
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Guess we should run this by Berto. ;o)

I agree Bill. Would like to see the Fall/Mud terrain from Chickamauga used as one of the alternate maps weather options.

I really thing this would help improve the map graphics portion of the game. Maybe allow the 3d map to load from each alternate folder (Fall, Winter or rainy/muddy) as well?

I think the logic could be 0=Default, 1=Rainy/Muddy, 2=Fall & 3=Winter. The folder could match the number in the alternate ALT folder in the main MAP folder.

That would be my suggestion.

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The variableness provided by the weather rules in this series adds a lot to my gaming experience. Until battlefield smoke finally gets introduced, I feel that adding some smoke/haze effect during the game makes it a bit more realistic than constant 70 hex visibility range. Imagine playing a Chantilly or Shiloh scenario without weather.

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