During this period all infantry units could deploy skirmishers forward, having copied French technique as introduced by The French during the Revolution and early Napoleonic period. Thus skirmishers of opposing sides tend to cancel each other out and are no separately modeled. There impact is built in. Light units such as Austrian Jaeger are not skirmishers in this sense. Instead they are special purpose troops who by doctrine and on the battlefield deployed their entire battalion into dispersed order so as to fight in terrain considered to difficult for regular foot. Also, these troops are armed with rifles, giving them longer range and accuracy, while all other infantry units still use smoothbore muskets. Formal names are irrelevant as although Russian division had a brigade of two line regiments (15 th Diebitsch and 18 th Sessck) plus a brigade of two Jaeger regiments (17 th Briansk and 18th Furst von Warschau), the latter still used smoothbores and spent the majority of their combat time formed in line. Russian Strelkovye (Rifle) battalions would be line infantry as defined by the game. In this battle the Honved actually deployed 2 1/3 light battalions - 2 companies Pressburg Jaeger, 1 battalion Hungarian Schutzen and 1 battalion Tyrolean Jaeger, all recently raised volunteers.
As regards competency/morale, the system I use assigns one of three ratings - Conscript, Regular or Elite. In the game Elite units were Austrian Grenadiers, Austrian Jaeger, Russian artillery and Honved ex Imperial Hussars. Regulars included all other artillery, Austrian line, Honved ex Imperial Hungarian Line, Honved Grenadiers, Honved battalions 1 - 10, Honved light infantry, all Russian infantry and all Austrian cavalry. Conscript class included Austrian Landwehr and all other Honved infantry battalions. Klapka's army had a very high proportion of Honved infantry, though none of the units present used pole arms only.
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