DH Hill sends Garland's and Rode's brigades into an immediate attack.
Garland is repulsed.
Rode was also checked.
But come 13:30 Garland has thrown back Naglee's brigade.
However Rode is still stalled.
Garland follows up and totally breaks Naglee's brigade.
By 14:00 Garland is well to the fore and Rode has finally got Palmer's brigade retreating.
GB Anderson's and Rain's brigades have arrived
and are working round the left and right flanks respectively.
End of 14:30 as seen from the Union positions.
DH Hill is letting Rode deal with the Twin House redoubt.
Garland, is moving into the woods to avoid the Union artillery fire
and the other two brigades are moving up through the woods as well.
Rode makes his first attempt to storm the Twin House redoubt.
The second attempt, with support from Rain meets with great success!
The Confederates have a breakthrough and finish the annihilation of Casey's Division.
The end of 15:00 turn.
The Confederate advance has been unrelenting.
By 15:30 the Union right flank has come under attack by both GB Anderson and Garland.
The recently arrived Kemper's Brigade is advancing down the centre,
but suffering casualties from the Union artillery fire.
By the end of 16:00 both sides have received reinforcements.
For the Union they arrived just in time to halt the threat to their left flank,
but on their right the Confederates are in the supremacy,
even though Garland's brigade has broken.
Note broken Union brigades in the lower left hand corner.
16:30 and the Confederates are able to attack all across the line.
The Union centre holds, but their right has disintegrated.
The recent Union success on the left has also been checked.
The Confederate left hook has destroyed the Union.
The Confederates take the Cross Roads Redoubt.
And the Williamsburg Road.
The recently arrived brigades of Heintzelman's Corp are left to cover the retreat.
Losses have been heavy and the Union are left with only two worn and two spent brigades, everything else having been destroyed. The Confederates still had three fresh brigades, but the others were all worn or spent.
The Confederates had some good die rolls that turned decisive when paired with poor Union rolls. However their experienced troops were superior to the Union's green troops and getting those field columns out on the flanks proved very successful. I also applied the -1 factor on the Maneuver Table to the Union once the Twin House Redoubt was lost. This might be too severe given they are already penalised for being Green.
I made a few mistakes, most notably being that I took a 10 as a leader casualty, rather than a needing a roll on the Leader Casualty Table. I also kept missing that some brigades had exceptional leaders and probably need to make some additional markers. The same happened when brigades went from fresh to worn to spent - my technique to manage that was through having each brigade start with two command stands and remove as they become worn and spent.
Rules used were Brigade Fire and Fury released last year (or was it the year before...)