The game we played involved a force of French and Canadians supported by a large host of allied Indians descending on a British village and farmstead with the intention of killing the inhabitants and putting it to the torch. The village was defended by British Regulars, Providentials, Militate, and a few allied Indians.
The French did manage to set light to the farmstead and nearly took the village but where turned and destroyed by some brave soldiers and well timed reinforcements.
Here are some photos from the game. Sorry for the quality, working on getting my camera fixed so I can stop using my cell phone.
British move into defensive position around the Village.
The Regulars exchange fire and casualties.
Canadians sneak through the forested hills, closing on the farmstead.
French allied Indians approach the farm house with torches lit.
British overlook the farmstead.
Allied Indians from both sides exchange fire.
British rush to save the farm.
Fierce fighting irrupts in the valley.
The defenders are almost beaten.
Providentials come to the rescue.
Figures and Scenery where brought by Gary, Gareth, Bill, and Dave who all did a fantastic job of painting their figures.