Turn 13- Only the Prussians received reinforcements this turn, Treshkow's grenadier brigade entering on the Prussian left. This only added to the traffic jam already in place there. On the other end of the table, General Andlau was forced to take a "risk to general" test. He rolled a three which meant his horse was startled and carried him into the enemy's lines and captivity. His brigade was forced to take a morale check which it failed. The Austrian left was in great peril as a result. In the center, Zeiten's hussars storm the hill and drive back Ortzen's exhausted troopers.
|Lameth's cavalry faltered by a staggering volley|
|Pressure builds on the Austrian right|
On this turn it is General Von Luckner's fate to roll a three on the "risk to general" table and be captured by the enemy.
|Prussian infantry and cavalry trying to get into the fight|
|Puebla's depleted brigade stubbornly holding on to a stone wall|
|Prussian/Hanoverian totals over four day.|
|Prussians driving hard|
|Schonacht's veteran cavalry brigade enters the fray|
|Bethanyi's infantry advancing towards the center|
|Hanoverians attacking in the center|
|Austrian cavalry capture both ends of the vital bridge|
As the players and I adjourned to discuss the week, my assistants took a final tally of points. Amazingly, the total stood at 400 points for the Austrians and 400 points for the Prussians. The Prussians had somehow snatched a draw out of the jaws of victory. Regardless of the outcome, every player had a terrific time and was able to cite a highlight that they would carry with him or her for a long time to come. It was a great week and great fun, just as our hobby was meant to be.