|John working out his battle plan|
The British were to take a village covering an important road, whilst the French were to hold it.
Also there was another battalion deployed a little to close to my artillery (within canister range!!!) this was a slight anomaly from the use of hidden deployment.
|guns sighting on the French held village|
|the cavalry battle|
The end result was a win each. The chaussers soundly beating my dragoon guards and The Scots greys crushing the Hussars. The Scots greys then continued to pursue in an uncontrolled manner. which was a shame as a slight wheel to the left and i would of caught the Polish in line out in the open.
|British line supporting the attack|
|the French centre|
|the British advance|
|the highlanders charge towards the village, bagpipes blaring|
With this a general retreat was made leaving the field to the British.
|polish being seen off by an effective volley|
we also couldn't find how we go about the cavalry pursuit in the following turn. It wasn't until the evening as i was having a cool beer on the patio that I found it in the rule book right where i'd loooked around a dozen times that afternoon. You do another pursuit test..... logical really.