Saturday, April 9, 2011

Battle of Uelzen - Move 7

1400-1500 24 July 1813

Table at the start of move 7

French artillery are limbered ready to move

Prussian cavalry have advanced within charge range of enemy gunners

Table at end of move

General Kleist – 4CP – Engage Orders

Artillery fire on infantry – no casualties

General moves within command range of cavalry

Orders cavalry to charge enemy artillery

Gunners pass morale and evade to nearby square

Cavalry halt 4” from square

General returns to centre of corps

Cavalry melee

General Reynier – 5CP – Hold Orders

Move reserve infantry brigade into front line

General move within command range of cavalry

Orders cuirassiers to charge enemy cavalry

Prussian cavalry fail morale to counter charge – remain at halt

Cavalry melee results in draw, both disordered, both one casualty

Notes on Game

Prussian Move

Prussian cavalry ordered to charge enemy gunners

French cavalry too far away to attempt to counter charge

French gunners pass morale and run to safety of nearby infantry square

Prussian cavalry halt 4” from French square

French Move

French cavalry charge enemy cavalry (who are now in charge range)

Prussian cavalry fail morale to counter charge and remain stationary

French cavalry roll 4 on 2D6, plus 2 for stationary enemy, result draw

Both cavalry brigades lose one man, both are disordered

Next move they will have to fight another round of melee to decide winner

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