I'd left my camera at home and was reduced to using my phone, so there are not that many photos (from me - others were taking shots so there might be more eye candy in the future).
A beautifully turned out French unit.
The mythical Battenbergs.
The forces arrayed against me. There are cavalry also, but sadly out of picture.
The enemy advanced on their right and we met them on the hill and after a prolonged fight we were victorious.
The way the fighting would go, they would score almost no hits, but when they did score one I couldn't save. I was able to inflict lots of hits, only to have them nearly all saved.
I liked the command system, but not that they could move and fire before I could fire (except when they had closed to combat). The dice rolling for fire and close combat is also a mechanic I find a bit tedious.
Would I consider using the rules for my favourite black powder periods? No, Napoleon's Battles and Fire and Fury for me!
Would I play these rules again? Of course!