|The retired brigade in its new position|
|Foy's ADC arrives to try to straighten things out.|
|The skirmish battle.|
|A horrific volley!|
|the 2/100th has lost a stand and been marked as faltered.|
|The risk to general chart|
Turn six: The French won the initiative for this turn, and it would prove helpful.
There were no compulsory moves this turn, so it was time to see if the newly arrived ADC could get Gauthier's brigade back in the fight. Since the brigade had been broken it received a minus 1 to its roll. But the dice added up to nine, less the one equaled 8, which was enough to give the brigade an assault order.
Jamin's men did their best to continue the fight while their general's light wounds were attended to. The 3/100th, in position on the Dutch battery's flank, need to roll a five or six to be able to charge since they were out of command range. A five was tossed, so the charge was on! Additionally, the two skirmish screens would be fighting out their melee for a second turn.
In the fire phase, the French were quite unlucky, inflicting no hits. The Dutch/Belgians, however, were quite the opposite. Their battery, with no chance to realign the guns to defend against Jamin's infantry, decided to unleash one last salvo at Foy's limbered guns. A double six was rolled, doubling the number of hits to four and forcing the battery to pull back 20cm faltered.
|The Dutch battery did terrible execution to the French limbered battery.|
|The 2/100th Ligne loses another stand and is faltered and does no damage to the 1st Orange Nassau|
|The legere battalions continue to move through the woods. It's taking a long time to get these veterans into the fight!|