We are using General de Brigade rules pretty much as written. There are six players per side.
|These are the French on the outskirts of Mockern|
|French light cavalry in the center of the table|
|Polish light cavalry on the extreme right flank|
|Duchy of Warsaw division on the right flank.|
The initial orders issued were rather aggressive with lots of "assault" and "engage" markers assigned on the allied side. The French were more content to move to solid defensive positions and then hunker down to weather the storm. But one the first cannon roared, the young French generals threw caution to the wind and changed many of their orders to "assault."
|The first moves of the game. Allies are to the left, French to the right.|
|Russians advance in the center.|
|French light cavalry attack Russian dragoons and hussars. To their left and out of the picture French and Russian cuirassiers tangle with each other.|
|The Poles have managed to seize the high ground, but they are outnumbered and terrifically outgunned.|