Friday, December 3, 2010

Battle of Baltanas - Move 2

0900 to 1000

22 July 1813

Situation at the end of Move 2

British move closer to Baltanas

Marshal Soult has arrived to take command

Villate spreads his corps out either side of the village

British artillery unlimber to support their cavalry against the enemy threat

Hill has turned his corps to their right and they are ready to advance against Baltanas.

Rule Note

British cavalry are always C class troops, French always B class. So care has to be taken to avoid a cavalry melee unless absolutely necessary, or French casualties has redressed the balance.

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