Tuesday, January 26, 2016


Some photos from our Muskets and Tomahawks FIW game at Falkirk and District Wargames club last night. I was testing out a scenario for an upcoming M&T weekend this March.  It was adapted from a scenario posted on the Scotia Albion blog.  The British had to rescue their captain who was being held in a settlement by the French and their Huron allies.  It proved a blood bath but a British victory as they rescued their captured captain.
French Indian Chief leads 2 warbands to support the Canadian militia

British Rangers engage the settlement at long range from the forest line

British Indian allies make a run for the cabin the captain is held in.

Another view of the French Indians crossing the swollen stream

The forces were fairly balanced the British had 2 ranger units and 2 Mohawk ally units versus the French Canadian militia with 3 Huron ally units.

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