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Total plays 1 - Last reported by Grondeaux on 2018-02-27 03:25:29

Pleasant Hill, Louisiana

April 9, 1864

Historical Overview
The Battle of Pleasant Hill was fought on April 9, 1864, during the Red River Campaign of the American Civil War, near Pleasant Hill, Louisiana, between Union forces led by Maj. Gen. Nathaniel P. Banks and Confederate forces, led by Maj. Gen. Richard Taylor.
The stage is set, the battle lines are drawn, and you are in command. The rest is history.

 

Set-Up Order

Woods 36
Hills 1
Field 4
Homestead 3
River bend 1
River straight 9

 

Union Army
Nathaniel P. Banks
Take 3 Command Cards

Infantry  Cavalry  Artillery  General
10 1 3 2

Confederate Army
Richard Taylor
Take 4 Command Cards
You move first

Infantry  Cavalry  Artillery  General
8 2 2 2

Victory
6 Flags

Special Rules
Pleasant Hill is worth 1 flag towards victory for the Confederate side when occupied by any Confed unit OR if all hexes of the town and hill are clear of Union forces. The Confederate starts with 1 Victory Flag because of this rule.

Confederate reinforcements: Reinforcements arrive on Turn 2 as indicated on the map.
[The units have been placed where they arrive with the green lined fields.]

 

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Garcia replied the topic:
3 years 6 months ago
The original scenario, a text document, by Brian Bradford, (was available at John A. Foley site) had 1 more Confederate cavalry and 4 more woods.
Bayernkini replied the topic:
9 years 11 months ago
Add TAG´s:
- Temporary Victory Banner
- Reinforcements
seanapdaniel replied the topic:
10 years 1 week ago
Nice. This one should be in the Trans Mississippi Theatre.