This Force Composition Guide outlines the type and number of Units in historically plausible Austrian Formations during the Mid War (1808-1812).

FormationTraitsUnitsQTYUnit TraitsNotes
Infanterie DivisionBig Battalions*Infanterie Bataillone
Brigade-Batterie
9
1


Avant GardeRapid DeploymentGenzer Bataillone
Ulanen
Würst Artillerie
4
5
1
Lights
Lights

Reservieren DivisionEnthusiasticGrenadier Bataillone12Shock
Leichte Kavallerie BrigadeRapid DeploymentHusaren Squadron Groups8Lights
Kavallerie BrigadeRapid DeploymentChevauleger/Dragoner Squadron Groups6
Korps ReservierenReinforcementsFeld-Artillerie/Position Batterie
Brigade-Batterie
2
3

Formation Trait Summary

Big Battalions The Formation receives +1 Cohesion for every three deployed Infantry Battalions.*

Enthusiastic If Attacking [A] may suffer +1 Fatigue instead of Withdrawing [W] until reaching Retreat [RT].

Rapid Deployment Rolls +1D6 when deploying.

Reinforcements Assets may be distributed to other Formations.

*Note: This Trait is most common in 1809 but is still limited to no more than 2/3 of Infantry & Mixed Formations.

Unit Trait Summary

Lights Do not halt for dense terrain & Threat is not reduced vs dense terrain or at range vs Built-up-Areas.

Shock Threat is not reduced vs Built-up-Areas, Strong points, or Walls.