The opening moves saw the Seneca warbands swiftly moved up to meet the advancing French units, while taking cover in the trees.
|Seneca warbands take cover in the trees|
|The French units advance|
|Both sides exchange shots. As the numbers of French units move up and their volleys start to take a toll on the warbands.|
|Seneca warband retires regroup and reorgnise|
|Having regrouped and reorganised the Seneca take the battle to the French again.|
|French flanking moves|
|A single warband unit defends the settlement against the flanking forces.|
|The loss of the settlement sees the Seneca exit the field of battle.|
This was a small game with a likely French victory as an outcome. One of those type of games which campaigns throw up, but are just as enjoyable to play out. There is still one more game to be fought out on the tabletop from the latest campaign moves made and described on Jonathan's Palouse Wargaming Journal blog.