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Skull and Crown05 Jun 2016 10:34 p.m. PST


When we last left off the combined forces of Hypzig and Fosswald were making a general advance upon the invading duchies of Gryphonsburg and their Forthweg allies.

As Bruenhoffs battery of guns tore into the Gryphonsburg line with astonishing accuracy, the famed "whites" charged into the enemy's grenadiers, and after a bit of a dust up, soundly routed them, but not after also losing over half the battalion.

For the rest of the battle report, and a bit about the tools and rules I used, fix bayonets at my blog


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