May 1859 – Italy. An Austrian division is attacking an Italian/Sardinian position. The Austrian battle order is typical: two brigades, a tactical reserve and artillery. At the beginning of the battle the Italians has two small detachments and they have a position to defend.
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Austrian Army [20 units + 1 HQ]
1st Brigade: 7 units [including: 1 jager (hunter, elite +1), 1 grenadier (elite +1), 1 command and a field artillery]
2nd Brigade 7 units [including: 1 jager (hunter, elite +1), 1 grenadier (elite +1), 1 command and a field artillery]
Reserve detachment 4 units [2 infantry, 1 field artillery, 1 command]
Independent detachment 2 units [1 cavalry (independent) and 1 corps artillery]
Head Quarter [1 unit]
Sardinian Army [19 units + 1 HQ]
1st Detachment: 5 units [including: 1 bersaglieri (hunter, training +2) and 1 command
2nd Detachment: 5 units [including: 1 field artillery and 1 command]
1st Brigade: 8 units [including: 1 field artillery and 1 command]
Independent detachment 1 units [1 cavalry (independent)]
Head Quarter [1 unit]
Sardinian forces: they deploy the units for first but they move after the Austrian army.
During the first round only the 1st and the 2nd detachment are on the field [Sector 2]
The HQ will enter at the beginning of 3rd round [Sector 1]
The brigade deploy at the 6th round [Sector 1]
Austrian forces: they deploy their units after Sardinian forces but move for first.
At the beginnings of the battle Austrian have on the table all the units but they have to line up their forces in the sector 3.
The independent detachment will enter at the 6th round [Sector 3]
15 turns. The Austrians move for first
The army that destroys 7 units of the enemy wins
The Austrians has to throw out Sardinian forces from Sector 2.
The Austrians start moving their forces towards the houses on their right flank while Sardinians try to defend the position in the centre
After a couple of turns the Austrian’s attack is concentrated on the houses
Defended by a group of Jager, the 2nd Austrian brigades assaults the houses. Meanwhile the cavalry try to outflank the enemy units
In the centre the situation remains substantially steady
At the 6th round Sardinian reinforces arrive but it is too late
The 2nd Austrian brigades takes the houses while the cavalry arrives at the backs of the Sardinians positions. The 2nd Italian detachment is completely destroyed … The Austrians win.