The weather wasn't kind with the temperature reaching 40° C on Friday, the first day of the battle, and in the 30s on the following day. It certainly tests your stamina playing in a tin shed in that kind of heat!
I played the role of Marshal Ney and directed my subordinates to try to force a way through the allies, ably led by Andrew S, to seize Berlin. I'll leave the results to a more detailed batrep, but here's some taster pictures from the weekend.
|The field of action as the first allied reinforcements make their presence felt, while ours slog their way forward in the background.|
|French coalition forces try to outflank the allies to the left|
|The central villages became the focus of the battle|
|My big push in the centre!|
My Painting Challenge output has been drastically reduced by the weekend as well as the heatwave we're currently having, but I'm hoping to get back into it soon :-)