A better picture, taken by Michael Paine, shows the British as they begin their advance across the fields toward the US lines. The two US Rifle armed units closest to the militia are facing toward the fields to support their colleagues in their time of need. Nice terrain!
Adams Hessians have abandoned any thought of advancing through the woods. They formed column and are at last deployed on the road, following the British guns. After the initial volley Rich's unit of Converged Grenadiers and Lights has received a shaken marker. I am busy deciding which unit will charge them.
Another shot of the jumble in the woodlands.
My tan coated Virginias charge the Converged Grenadiers and Lights and can fire at full effect before tangling with them. My Delaware troops fire on the Hessian Jagers once again. The Blue Coated Virginians and the Carolina Militia fire away as well.
Steve has manuvered Lee's rifles onto the flank of Adam's right most unit. Steve attempts to close with both the rifles (they have been shooting flank shots for a turn or so) and his tan coated ex continential unit.
Adam's flanked unit falls back to avoid the charge. This leaves a victorious Continental unit on his remaining units flank in the woods.
Adam's troops have recovered and are slowly advancing toward Steve's open flank. He has three units arrayed against one battalion of British, but everyone is quickly tiring from their slog in the woods.