Brunswick commanders in Marshals Unleashed

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The influence of a standard General extends to a range of 1 square in all directions, covering a total of 9 squares from their starting position. Commanders and Generals have the ability to move up to 3 squares in any direction to effectively command and lead their troops. Additionally, the troops under their command gain a movement range bonus of +1 on the battlefield, whether they are acting as individual units or in group formations, as a bonus an action point can be combined with the extra movement range.

The Duchy of Brunswick

The Duke of Brunswick

Influence reach: 1

Command :
Infantry + 1 move

Cavalry + 1 move

Learn more about the Brunswick corps during the Napoleonic wars

The Brunswick Army Corps has a rich history that dates back several centuries. It has seen numerous commanders and has been engaged in countless battles throughout its existence. The corps was first established in the late 17th century, during a time of political turmoil and warfare in Europe. Its initial purpose was to protect the Duchy of Brunswick-Lüneburg, a small territory located in what is now modern-day Germany.


Over the years, the corps grew in size and stature, becoming a formidable force on the battlefield. It gained a reputation for its disciplined soldiers and strategic prowess. Many renowned commanders have led the corps, each leaving their mark on its history. From General Friedrich Adolf Riedesel, who commanded the Brunswick troops during the American Revolutionary War, to Field Marshal Karl Wilhelm Ferdinand, who fought in the Napoleonic Wars, the corps has been entrusted to capable and influential leaders.


Throughout its existence, the Brunswick Army Corps has been involved in a multitude of battles and conflicts. From major wars to smaller skirmishes, its soldiers have consistently demonstrated their bravery and skill. The corps played a crucial role in the Battle of Waterloo, one of the most famous battles in history, where it fought alongside the Duke of Wellington's forces against Napoleon Bonaparte. The corps also contributed to various other significant conflicts, such as the Seven Years' War and the Franco-Prussian War.


Despite facing adversity and changing circumstances, the Brunswick Army Corps has endured and remains an essential part of military history. Its legacy as a highly regarded fighting force continues to be celebrated, and its contributions to various campaigns and battles are widely recognized. Today, the corps stands as a testament to the courage and dedication of its soldiers and commanders, serving as a symbol of strength and honor.