My relief column got no more than 15" onto the table in fact the elite grenadiers and provincials both retired almost of the table. The French and their Indian allies had just broken into the fort when night fell (special event). The darkness forced my relief column to fall back into a defensive position. It was a clear French victory.
As I forgot my camera the photos come from Campbell Hardie's phone.
|Fort William - did the defenders remember to close the gate?|
|Overview of the table - relief column came on via the track on the right|
|Indians engaging the column with their captive old mother Simpkins who I had to rescue as a subplot.|
|French infantry engaging the fort|