Friday, 15 February 2019

Engagement At Manoli ....

A Begovian cavalry column has crossed the border and is heading towards Barzoli; General Waldebck has set out with two regiments of Wittenberg cavalry to intercept them.

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The Wittenberg column passes near the small castle at Manoli...
 The Begovian cavalry column...
 The Begovians nave been sighted, the Wittenberg Uhlans and Dragoons form up ...
 Once formed up the charge is sounded ......
 Battle is joined ......
 The Uhlans push back their opposition who start to fall back .....the dragoons struggle to hold back the Begovians...
The Uhlans pursue the Begovians; Count Borizty manages to hold back a squadron of Uhlans and attacks the flank of the remaining Begovians, coming to the aid of the Dragoons ...
 the Begovians break under the pressure ....
the Begovian cavalry column has been dispersed...

10 comments:

  1. Well done Wittenberg,Huzzah! Great looking post.
    Alan

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  2. Allan
    Did those pre-cut tiles you used on the roof of the chateau really come from Sally 4th?
    I can't find them on their site. Do you have a link please?
    Loving the photos of your games - they have enormous charm and character!
    Cheers
    Paul

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    1. The roof Tiles used on the chateaux were from 4Ground "glazed red tile add on", product code 28S-MAO-116 (have amended my post on the chateau)

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    2. Thanks Allan.
      That solves that little mystery. :)
      Cheers!

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  3. Nice little action. Its not an easy job to keep the Begovian border secure!

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  4. Terrific cavalry action. The Uhlans did much excellent service.

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  5. Bravo, for how well those Begovian horsemen turned out. Sweet!

    Jim

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  6. really nice! What figures are those - Irregular Renaissance?

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    1. The Begovian cavalry are my own sculpts and home-casts

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