And it went like my dinner. We ordered pizza from a national chain, and I risked a pizza that met my dietary restrictions on paper (gluten free and milk free). But something bit me back and it turned into a religious experience involving much prayer at the shrine of the porcelain goddess when I got back home. And that is kinda how the game went... down the flusher...
For the second day in a row the Anglo Allied army took on the bulk of the French army on a flat Belgian plain devoid of shelter or terrain. This time Boney set up a Grand Battery and used a cavalry threat to force me into squares. They were vaporizing a brigade a turn, while leaving their infantry out of musket range. They obviously learned from the first day when the redcoats' fire was deadly.
The Prussians arrived in force, sooner than expected and much closer to me than I expected, but Boney was able to screen them and focus on me. Meanwhile, aided by my atrocious activation rolls early on and a triple epic fail on a cavalry charge later on, the column led by Ney moved off board to threaten our supply line.
- Anglo-Allies broken in the field for the second day running and forced to retire.
- French achieved victory by exiting twelve units off the road to our supply lines.
- Anglo Allies and Prussians damage the French Army, but not enough yo break them n the field of battle of knock them out of the campaign.
- French victory in the campaign.