There are of course many unofficial C&C Napoleonic scenarios available to play. This one caught my eye as its a rearguard action and the forces involved are quite small. Wellington himself is represented on the table, as is Marshal Ney, who in typically aggressive fashion went against Massena's orders and deployed for a fight rather than crossing the Ceira river and blowing the bridge. The British are deployed to strike on both flanks, with the Light Division on the left flank. Victory conditions etc are outlined below. The table will be set up Friday afternoon for a weekend battle with a report to follow.
Foz do Arouce – 15 March 1811