As a French Grand Battery fires on the British Lines D'Erlon's 1st Corp moves up with Marcognet's and Durutte's Divisions setting of first -On the French left flank Jerome's Division watches Hougamont- meanwhile Jaquinot's Cavalry Division moves up to protect the right flank of D'Erlon's Corp as Vandeleur and 4 regiments of British Light cavalry move between Papelotte and La Haye to threaten it. Jaquinot's outnumbered cavalry charge the leading British Cavalry regiments whose commanders lead from the front to bolster their morale. The British cavalry are contained between Papeltte and Le Haye as the blown cavalry regiments of both sides fall back.
Waterloo By J Hobbs
We re-fought Waterloo in 15mm (50% Scaled down) using Shako 2 rules
Waterloo the Armies face one another before battle commences and an optimistic Wellington defies the French.
The French Divisions of Marcognet and Durutte from D'Erlons Corp advance getting ready to move through the 1st Corps French Grand battery, Wellington sends three British Heavy regiment Plus Horse Artillery to reinforce his left flank -as they move they take hits from the French Grand Battery shots bouncing over the ridge line. The British right is bathed in sunlight as four British Light cavalry regiments move to the front. In the Centre some German riflemen move out of Le Haye Sainte to fire on the 2nd French Grand battery formed from the Batteries of Reilles 2nd Corps ,whilst the rest of the British centre behind La Haye Sainte awaits developments. The British Heavy cavalry led by the Scots Greys continue there movement behind the ridge line to reinforce the British Left Flank in order to threaten D'Erlons Corps