Friday, December 17, 2010

Battle of Messina

With the Right Flank Crushed and the left in disarray the Beerstein Army withdraws.
The Attack of the Grenadier Brigade Crushes the right flank of the Beerstein Army. It puts the Right Flank Cavalry into full retreat.
The Attack of the Grenadier Brigade goes in on the Beerstein Right Flank

Our Right Flank is secured with Great Loss in the 11th and 12th Regiments of Infantry.

Sicilian Infantry Regiments (11th and 12th) come up to support our Cavalry from the attack of the Beerstein Guard Cavalry on our right flank.

The Beersteinn Hussars attempt to stop the Grenadier Brigade's attack on their right flank. They fail miserably.

The Grand Duchie of Beerstein with instructions from the Austian Empress lands on Sicilian Soil and is met by the Sicilian Army.


  1. A gallant affair! King Joseph lead his hastily assembled forces to victory, however the Reich Duke will not be denied ultimate success in his campaign. The Empress's will must be obeyed...

  2. A right rousing little engagement. How many troops involved in the battle? Regardless, His Majesty de St. Maurice salutes you.

  3. Always good, for the sake of unbiased information, to have a battle reported from both points of view -and we enjoy two battle reports for the price of one!
    A victory for the hastily assembled and for a part green forces of Independence: compliments!