|The whole table laid out and ready to go.|
|Civilians hurry to reap the harvest and tend the animals before|
violence breaks out. Painting regular folk is favorite thing to
do of mine.
|The well was used as one of our objectives. The big house is a hard|
foam building from Ziterdes, a company in Germany.
|"I say dear, is there going to be a war?"|
"Perhaps my love. I will investigate as I walk the dog.
Don't mind your aunt in the green dress."
|French allies - Bavarian Troops. I love their flags and uniforms!|
|Opening moves as we both race to explore the objectives while trying not to expose our troops to fire.|
|The French quickly took up a defensive position in the fortified farm house.|
|The French nearly lost a battery of cannons to a Hussar charge |
if not for the quick work of some skirmishers who saved the day.
|The Austrians advance on the fortified chateau.|
|Our generals. Obviously, the ruleset is pretty light hearted.|
|These Austrians got charged from both sides of the wall. Yikes!|
|The Bavarians managed to hold of a unit of Hussars desperately trying to contest the last objective.|
I really liked the scenario and would play it again given a chance. That said, I only get to play Napoleonics a couple of times a year and really enjoy mixing it up each time with different scenarios. I'm at a point where playing the same pitched battle over and over again is tedious. I try to see game rules as toolboxes to tell stories, and telling a different one each time is one of the best parts of playing.