The Dragoons of the National Guard and Artillery bolsters the ranks of the French Forces.
Yacinth was only 21 and the vast majority of her troops were rebellious slaves armed only with
knives, spears, hoes, and iron poles.
Onlookers at the Church gather to watch the ensuing battle.
The view from across the battlefield, the terrain is some what undulated which gave for some valuable dead ground to shelter from the French Cannon fire. The plantation field gave partitial cover but did not slow movement.
The first battle was a confused affair with the Mulattoes and free coloured people advancing down the left flank whilst the bulk of the Slave forces faced off in the crop fields.
The French line infantry let loose a volley looking to drive the slaves back.
The French line cheer on the cavalry as they charge forward.
In the final moments of game Two Yacinth is killed by a member of the Artois Regiment pulling the insurgent morale down by two valuable points.
Game two draws to a close with another French White victory by a single point.