The battle of Grosser Orstolitze Part 1

The battle of Grosser Orstolitze Part 1

Postby Cardinal Hawkwood » Tue Mar 20, 2012 6:52 pm

It was early morning, frosty and cold when The Muscovyte commander , Malakov was awakened by a very urgent aide..."they are coming" "but it is still dark" he replied..His army had spent a cold night in position on a lowridge on the Lvova road ready to deploy to face the very unexpected Polonian /Vandenburg attack.."ah we'll brush them asisde then a warm winter in the city of Korlundengrad (Corlund) for us."he thought( but..this is what greeted hime when the sun rose and the light mist burned off.The rogues had done an early morning flank march....The game is played with M&R rules..
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The Muscovite line flanked..
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view from the Polonian side
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part 2
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The Polonian cavalry and the Vandenburg infantry on the right
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Muscovyte infantry...
Vandenburg infantry , Polonian Cavalry
The Muscovite forces are outflanked by the Vandeburg infantry column and the Polonian cavalry column while the Polonian infantry are refused..
"groan, I wish I hadn't been so quick to take this job".. and then it went from bad to worse..
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Re: The battle of Grosser Orstolitze Part 1

Postby David_W » Wed Mar 21, 2012 12:33 pm

No special mention of the thrusting Polonian light horse that chased down the retreating Muscovy infantry?

Their daring +2 commander General Wathiznamyski never failed a command roll (well one early on) and never missed a chance to harry a flank or compromise a rear rank. The anvil to the Vandenburg hammer and the unsung heros of the day!

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Re: The battle of Grosser Orstolitze Part 1

Postby Cardinal Hawkwood » Wed Mar 21, 2012 4:07 pm

um it is posted up in 3 parts..thought you could mention the ever persistand Polonia Uhlans(being played by Enteburg hussars) actually the Polonian army might be up to do soon...must get David to do some flags..they may have some work in front of them in the next few years,,
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