Lord Rawnsley oversees the deployment of his army for the
Le Comte du Merde similarly directs the French deployment.
A rash charge by the Scots Greys sees them routed by the
Mestre de Camp regiment! A significant action in the game's
Lord Rawnsley's failures in early Command rolls handed the
initiative to du Merde's forces.
French cavalry secures the infantry's right flank allowing
unopposed deployment into firing line.
The British Horse Guards and Horse Grenadiers were very
loathe to enter the action. This exposed the British infantry's
left flank to the threat of French cavalry.
The French mass for an attack as the British hesitate!
The Cuirassiers du Roi advance on the hesitant British cavalry.
The British infantry is pinned by the threat of the French and
refuses its left flank brigade.
British cavalry finds itself outnumbered two to on the army's
left flank and has no appetite for the struggle, leaving the
The French Guard and Line Infantry Brigades advance in close
support of one another.
Lord Rawnsley decides to withdraw from the field, feeling his
position is hopeless.
Vive Le Roi! Vive du Merde! The French claim the field of
Battle as the British army quits the field in good order!