|4th Legere attacks the 2nd Orange Nassau|
|No damage done.|
|The Dutch/Belgian cavalry arrive in line.|
|The French lancers approach in column.|
|The 2nd Orange Nassau rallies, but is unformed with the French still coming at them.|
|The charge goes in.|
|The Nassauers lose.|
Turn nine- The French win the initiative. The sun is setting in the west and as darkness draws across the field, Napoleon's legions will try to secure the victory. The 1/4th Legere boldly crashes into the rye fields in hopes of coming to grips with the 2nd Orange Nassau battalion. On the other end of the field, the 6th Lancers thunder towards the 2/2nd Nassau battalion.
|The lancers charge forth and the Nassauers attempt to form square. They must roll a 9 or better to succeed. They roll a 10!|
|A foothold in the town!|
And so it all comes down to the final two melees of the game. On the French left, the 1/4th Legere plunges into the rye field in an attempt to finally put the 2nd Orange Nassau to flight. In desperation, the 2nd Orange Nassau fires a volley. They roll a double six! The stunned veteran Frenchmen falter and cannot go any further. Brigadier must once again roll to see if he is hit and a seven comes up. He is lightly wounded for the second time. The attack on the French left has been repulsed.
|For the third time in the game!|
|Jamin is wounded yet again.|
|Squares are very hard to beat in these rules.|