I got to give my new Louis XIV army a run this weekend in Wales and they did rather well.
We managed to get to Wales, not withstanding the snow, red alerts and general panic.
I teamed up with Paddy from Oxford and we had a cracking time.
We didn't loose the army once, but on the same side, weren't able to get a big win anywhere. All the armies we faced were tough and proved hard to crack.
Rnd 1 9-11 vs Ottoman Turks
Rnd 2 12-8 vs Imperial Austrians
Rnd 3 10-10 vs Later Russians
Rnd 4 18-2 vs Later Swedish.
Janissaires moving into the enclosed fields. Dragoons thinking, maybe we shouldn't play with 8 muskets hiding behind a wall.
The french holding off the Turkish cav
Rnd 2, Imperial Austrians holding a flank. Maybe I won't send my cav down that way.
The French redeploying.
Rnd 3, the Russian defensive position. Four heavy guns on a hill, 4 light guns next to the hill, everything supported by infantry.
The Russian infantry leave their defensive fortifications to say hi to the French. The light horse remember they have an appointment somewhere else.
The Russians advance towards the French inf while redeploying their flank away from the flank march.