The scenario saw well trained British troops attacking boldly to American defenses on to of the hill. The defenses were manned by rebel militia, much under graded compared the attacker.
British approach was remarkably quick and it surprised the rebels totally. At the same time rebel reinforcements didn't came at the start of the fight. So after only few quick shots from the defender British elite was ready to make bayonet attack. Only solace was that British artillery was left behind and it never too part in this fight. But it wasn't really needed, infantry took care of the fighting and well they did.
After remarkably quick march British troops strong assault on the hill and one by one defending militia was broken and left the fight. And when at the same time only one company of reinforcements appeared, defenders were broken and forced to surrender the defenses and withdraw from them.
The fight was over and British won. It was resounding victory for the Crown with minimal losses. Not really historical outcome.
|American militia is looking the enemy forming battle lines and start the solid approach by the sound of the drums.|
|British battle line moving ahead.|
|British officer urging his troops forward.|
|British right flank closing worryingly.|
|Militia preparing to fire a volley.|
|American officers keep the lines steady.|
|American militia firing.|
|First assault hit home.|
|Situation is getting desperate for the defenders.|
|British broke defender lines and rush in the defenses.|
|American militia breaks from the fight and the day is British.|
Still nice game and loads of bad luck for the defender. Until the next one...