Day four began with significant reinforcement arriving for the allies. Another Prussian infantry brigade entered on their right and a large Austrian brigade arrived on the left. As the day wore on, the French found themselves being driven back, especially on the flanks. The Poles retired to a ridge to form a less vulnerable defensive line there. The allies' superiority in cannon began to turn the tide.
As the day ended it was unclear if the French players would call upon the Imperial Guard to try to turn things to their favor. If they do employ these elite units the best they can hope for is a draw. But it may be necessary to avoid utter defeat.
Photos from Day Three
|Bavarian reinforcements arrive to aid the French in the center|
|French cavalry pushing back the Russian forces|
|A French brigade deploys on the center-right|
|The Poles continue to battle on the far right flank|
|A second Russian brigade arrives, only to be assaulted immediately by French cavalry|
|Prussian infantry maneuvers to attack Mockern|
|An overview of the action|
|Austrians go into action|
|The tide turns in the favor of the allies against the Poles|