The humble dwelling of the Hogg family. Old 'Independence
or Death' Bykleigh surveys his position. Some upstart called
Washington lurking in the background.
The American left is defended by the Cavalry Brigade with some infantry &
light artillery support.
The forces of the Crown take the offensive in the centre while consolidating
on the left and right.
The 5th New York Infantry, supported by artillery, ready themselves for the
onslaught from the advancing British Regulars.
The American centre is under pressure, but the boys from Pennsylvania have
flanked the British in support of the 5th NYI and the first attack is repulsed.
On the American right an advance has halted the Crown's attack for now.
The action in the centre of the American line, though Disordered the 5th NYI
hold their position and repulse the attacking Light Infantry.
The Crown's advance was hampered all along the front and al through the
game by generally poor Command Rolls by Phil. I didn't complain though!
On the Crown's left flank neither Tarleton's Legion infantry nor the Hessian
mercenaries showed any enthusiasm for closing with their foe!
On the American right the Cavalry are repulsed, but at a cost. The infantry
step up to hold the line!
The 5th NYI, the Lions of Hogg's Crossing, steady their line as the next wave
of attackers gathers to their front.
On the American left the Crown's forces have largely faltered and now the
Americans advance to the attack. The Militia rather got carried away though.
The Crown's forces attack has largely halted, too much disruption from
Disorder and too many Shaken units hampered Phil's overall plan.
The game is over! Its all up for the Crown's attacking intent. While the forces
of Liberty have held their ground they cannot deliver the decisive blow! A
draw is the outcome.