Things began to unravel, however, when Zeiten's Prussian hussars entered the game at took Ortzen's horsemen completely by surprise. On turn eleven, they came storming across the bridge and smashed a regiment of Austrian dragoons. On the pursuit test, they rolled low and continued on into a line of Von Daun's grenadiers. The Austrian center was in trouble.
|Zeiten's hussars strike swiftly|
|Zeiten's hussars continue their charge into a line of grenadiers which would be destroyed the next turn.|
Things also we becoming dire on the Austrian right. Hadik's cavalry brigade, though successful early on, had suffered tremendous losses and would fail their brigade morale check at the end of the turn. D'Air's infantry charged Bevern's battery. In determining the outcome the battery rolled double sixes. It was not enough to win, but if forced a test to see if D'Air would become a casualty. The roll was low and our first general officer of the game was killed. And all the while, three fresh brigades of Prussians, including veteran cavalry and grenadiers, were pouring onto the table on this flank.
|Hadik's cavalry meeting their end|
|Battered Bavarians gain ground, but lose their commander in the process|
|Hoards of Prussian reinforcements enter the field|
|Andlau's men attempting to take a portion of the village.|