Sunday, 19 January 2014

The Battle of Cloudy Bottom

The brevity of this battle necessitates only the briefest of reports. Borogovian forces were defending a town against an Albion attack.

The only action of the day occurred when Lord Effingham ordered his entire cavalry force to charge the Borogovian infantry and guns head on.
Although the guns were destroyed the Albion cavalry were unable to break the infantry and bounced off. Disheartened by this Effingham withdrew his cavalry and halted the entire attack. Intimidated, no doubt, by the steely glare in the eyes of the magnificently attired Borogovian battalions. C'est pathetique, mais ce n'est pas la guerre.

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