The Brunswick cavalry thought they would have an easy win against the over extended French lancers. They didn't. They ended up routing and leaving the French to be eventually shot to pieces by their infantry.
The French cavalry counterattacked in the centre. The Guard Chasseurs a Cheval bounced, but the Cuirassiers routed their opponents.
They then charged into the Scots Grey and were wiped out.
The end of the 13:30 turn and the Prussians have arrived.
The 13:30 turn saw the Allies retake Huoguomont and disperse three more French units.
But the French counterattacked Huoguomont before the British Guards had a chance to deploy and after they suffered significant casualties. The Allied hold on Huoguomont was broken.
At the same time Ney leads a Brigade of Young Guard to take La Haye Sainte.
While the Chasseurs of the Old Guard attack the remains of Picton's Division on the ridge, driving them off.
A combined attack goes in against a brigade of the British 6th Division, causing them to rout.
The Cuirassiers carry on to run up against the Scots Greys. It ends badly for the French.
End of the 14:00 turn sees the French left wing stalled, but Huoguomont has been taken.
In the centre the French are advancing the massed battery against the main ridge on the Allied right while having taken La Haye Sainte and positioned the Old Guard on the ridge of the Allied left.
The French 3rd and 4th Divisions are well positioned on the extreme of the Allied left.
More Prussians have arrived and are snaking their way to support their allies. The 14:00 turn was a bloody affair with each side losing eight bases of troops, although for the French this included the dispersal of three units.
Ney launches another charge on the Allied line, this time with the Grenadiers a Cheval.
Vivian and Vandeleur's cavalry are attacked. The routed Hanoverian landwher look on in horror.
The British try a counterattack on their right which meets with some success, destroying the brigade of Dragoons sent to rescue to Old Guard battery which was also subsequently destroyed.
At the end of the 14:30 turn the French are regrouping on their left. Reille's Corps is a bit battered and Kellerman's cavalry reduced to half strength, but they hold Huoguomont and have secured the left flank of the Grand Battery.
The fighting has died down a bit in the centre as the French consolidate and the Allies regroup. It had still been a bloody turn with both sides losing a unit and suffering between six and eight bases lost.
Bachelu's worn 5th Division is being sent to garrison Plancenoit covered by Domon's 3rd Cavalry Division.
Because the Prussians are coming.
So far the French have lost 43 bases which includes 1 artillery battery and 8 units dispersed. The Anglo-Allies have lost 39 bases which includes 7 artillery batteries and 4 units dispersed. Both sides have some very fragile units still in play, but the French have the upper hand in Free Rolls having five remaining to the Anglo-Allied's three.