|The Raja's Treasure and his elephant mounted Bodyguards.|
|Lord Rawnsley and his ADCs, and dog!|
As usual, an annotated photomontage to give a flavour of the game as it played out ~
|Lord Rawnsley's force advances with alacrity!|
|The Raja oversees the disposition of his forces.|
|An overview of the battlefield.|
|A Hill tribesman takes careful aim, or not...|
|On the Raja's right flank the tribesmen hold the high ground.|
Lord Rawnsley deploys artillery and his Dragoons in support
of the infantry brigade covering his attack over the Bykla.
An other view of the unfolding action on Lord Rawnsley's
|The local Badmash have one eye on the Raja's treasure...|
Despite temptation they surge forward bravely to attack the
loyal Bombay infantry forcing a crossing by the bridge.
|Lord Rawnsley's heavy artillery fires into the village!|
The fight rages around the bridge as more Bombay infantry
rush forward to support their colleagues! On the banks of the
Bykla the HEIC Regulars are halted by fire from the Raja's
infantry holding the village.
|Mounted Hill Tribesmen clash with the Loyal Tandoori Horse!|
While fighting rages around the bridge the Raja's lancers attack
the Shaken HEIC infantry.
The Badmash are finally beaten and Rout! The Raja's Guard
surge forward to attack the victorious Bombay infantry.
Having lost the melee with the HEIC infantry and retired the
Raja's Lancers are attacked by the British Lancers in their turn.
The first battalion of Loyal Bombay infantry occupy the fort's
ruins and are attacked by the remaining Badmash.
The second battalion, supported by their artillery on the far
bank of the Bykla, had routed the Raja's Bodyguard!
|Suddenly its all up for the Raja's forces...|
Well, you are obviously wondering by now what became of the Mutineers. I was too! From Turn 2 to Turn 7 they failed every roll to arrive! Now that is extraordinarily poor dice throwing in anyone's book you'd have to agree!
|The RHA battery, no hits scored in the whole game!|