It's unclear which route the bulk of the Boxer forces took perhaps even crossing at all three points. If he is to protect is wounded, flanks and rear he must ensure he maintains in contact with the withdrawing Boxer elements "
The Imperial Army show their hand and Artillery and Kansu Braves reveal themselves from the millet.
As the evening draws to a close the Allies have a foot hold in Northern bank of the river, but Chinese Regulars and Boxers are thinning the Allies with several big men wounded or carried from the field.
As is the case with many encounters if only we had another couple of moves.....
The following forces were initially available split between three crossing points.
The first crossing point was 1D6 turns away, whilst the second 2D6 turns away to give both sides the chance of bolstering their forces.
7 Big men
10 Units of Infantry (10-16 men) Aggressive
1 Section of Artillery.
Hesitiant Command and poor shots.
4 Big men
4 Infantry Units
2 Sections of Artillery
1 Big Man per Unit
All Allied units are 1 experience level above the Chinese forces.
1 Artillery Section
1 MG Section
1 Lancer Detachment