|Campaign moves and battles|
|Rolling for American column available for the battle|
The battle of Fairfield Bridge was to take place November, 16th, 1776. The tabletop terrain was all randomly generated as I have done so throughout this campaign. This time a river was introduced, which was fordable by all except artillery who could cross at the bridge. The table layout provided a interesting decision. The most defendable side had the river closest to the edge, but only two terrain (building and bridge) squares to boost a commanders resolve. While the least defendable side furthest from the river had three square which if occupied would boost command resolve (two hills and buildings).
The British won the D6 roll and opted to defend along the river.
|The numerically stronger American forces line up|
|British forces prepare their defence of the river|
|Light infantry in the woods defend the centre|
|American forces ready to go|