The scenario would see a Carlist infantry brigade being attacked by two combined arms Cristino brigades, coming too the Carlists aid from turn two, based on a D6 roll would be a combined infantry and cavalry brigade. To arrive they would initially need 6, then 5 and so on, their arrival entry would be determined by a D6 roll, one to four they would enter the other side of the river on the Carlist left and five or six on the Carlist right flank.
The Carlist Holding Brigade Of Mainly Untested Volunteers Await The Attack
The Cristino Juggernaut Advances
|A British Royal Marine Battalion Are Sent To Cover The Cristino Right|
Cristino Skirmishers Cover The Cristino Left
The holding force doesn't
Relief arrives, too late. In the background you can see the only Carlist success, the Navarre Guides destroy the Cristino skirmishers, meanwhile the Cristino main force converge on the Carlists to eventually break them too.
Not in the photos but also seeing action was the Royal Marine rocket battery, how did it do? all duds or misfires and a hit disordering a battalion of British Auxiliary Legion.
A most enjoyable game, despite losing the battle again, I was just unable to get the best dice results at the right time to capitalise on any local advantage I gained.