Walley has succeeded in reaching the western shore of the
Order of battle for the New Englanders (John Walley – rated Average)Three battalions of New England Militia on the western shore of the
One battalion and one light gun on the eastern shore of the
Two minor leader models
Order of battle for the French (Captaine Montmorency)Six Canadian militia in one group (subdivided into 2 x 3 models)
Six Indians in one group (subdivided into 2 x 3 models)
Two minor leader models (one may be an Indian chief who must remain with his warriors)
Two battalions of Compagnies Franches de la Marine (each comprising of two stands of six models each)
One light gun
The New Englanders and French regulars deploy as shown on Map Two. The French player may then place his militia and Indians anywhere in the woods.
ObjectivesWalley must get his men over the French breastworks. The French must prevent this to win. There is no turn limit.
Special scenario conditionsWalley has a single battalion remaining on the eastern shore at the start of the game. He must accrue a score of 13 to get it across the river to support his attack. From turn two he rolls a D6 every turn. He carries a running total of this score. When it reaches 13 then the unit crosses and forms up in line on the following turn when it can then move off.
The breastworks count as hard cover. If the New Englanders succeed in getting over the breastworks with a single battalion the French units all take a morale test at the end of that turn at a -2 modifier. This even applies to French units in melee who are winning. This simulates the psychological effect of the enemy achieving an extremely tough set of objectives and the morale ascendency this would create for Walley’s embattled command.