It was in early 1807, not far from his boyhood home in Mecklenburg, that Gebhard Leberecht von Blücher assembled a motley army of Prussian remnants and recent recruits, reinforced by a few British and Swedish units. Barely ten thousand men strong, it was the last significant force remaining to the shattered Prussian army in that cold, disastrous winter.
Blücher is a tabletop game of great battles in the Napoleonic Wars. The player takes the role of a general commanding a large army in a famous or fictional encounter. Units represent large forces such as brigades of infantry or cavalry and concentrations of massed artillery.