The Jaegers keep pushing the French Chasseurs De Pied back causing them to take morale tests - which they kept failing (the French rolled very badly all game) and the Prussian Dragoons move up in support.
The French reinforcements deploy on the other flank and engage the enemy.
Skirting the fallen cavalry the Prussians move up , overseen by their CinC .
Another attempt at an atmospheric photo of the French Infantry.
An overview of the battlefield . I hadn't a plan when I started this battle , I just thought I'd see what happened - the one thing I did do was roll for the number of turns , which was to be eight . I think it's very important when using Featherstone type rules to set a time limit on the battle as you can end up with three men on one side fighting the surviving two figures on the other.
The French High Command are distracted from the matter in hand !.
With the light falling the two reinforcement forces settle for a long range fire fight .
The battle drew to a close , casualties were about the same - 14 infantry and 7 cavalry for the French and 15 infantry and 5 cavalry for the Prussians. But the French Advance Brigade retired from the battlefield so I think it was a marginal Prussian victory . I enjoyed the game and it had everything an O.S. game should have I think - Single figures painted and high glossed in a 'Toy Soldier' style , simple terrain and a set of rules I can remember in my head .