We used the Konig Krieg (1st edition) rules for this game.
|The British advanced guard and the 1st Brigade move forward down the rough trail towards the sleepy hamlet of German Flat. With the rangers and light dragoons to the front, Col Campbell felt fairly safe keeping his 1st Brigade in march column.|
|Is the sleepy hamlet of German Flat occupied by the French? Only time will tell.|
|With war whoops echoing in their ears, the British rangers and light dragoons deploy to face a French allied Indian warband.|
|As the lead battalions of the 1st Brigade cross the stream, French light infantry make themselves known on the right flank, surprising the other ranger battalion.|
With the British 1st and 2nd Brigades closing on the hamlet from one side, the 4th (Provincial) Brigade deploying in the center, and the 42nd Highlanders and British grenadiers moving against the other side, the French in the hamlet decided that they had delayed the "Rosbifs" long enough and quickly decamped to the rear to join the main French army which had just completed the destruction of Fort William Henry and were moving back north to Fort Carillon (AKA Fort Ticonderoga).