The scenario was based on that outlined in 'Napoleon Returns' rather than in the recent rulebook (although we plan to do that one in 54mm...you have to love Volley & Bayonet for the refreshing scale adaptability alone).
(Most of the French & Allied figures were Airfix, including some conversions done 30 years ago. Revell British and French too, some Hat and some Newline officers also included.)
Picton's reserve was committed on the Allied left early in the day, to secure the road.
...like moving up their guns...
The Allied left were under increasing pressure from French cavalry, but they were too few and number and it was already too late.
A great game once more, with a few nice rule adjustments for the era. As Faulkner Fitzwilliam remarked...'this is true wargaming'.
Next time? Hmmm...more V&B, or perhaps Force on Force or something completely different. Stay tuned.
Oh yes...and the little 'un did the rivers again. though this time of course she had to get paid for it.