I've made extensive changes since the last play test. Many were improvements, but I still have some adjusting to do in regards to units resilience. I've tuned the casualties more towards historically accurate numbers, but in doing so the morale system fell a little out of adjustment. Now that I'm done adjusting the combat numbers morale should fall into place relatively quickly.
The battle was still in question when we called the game. The British left wing was having a good deal of success pushing back Poor's brigade, but the British Right wing was fairing less well against Learned's brigade. In the center the militia and Dearborn's light battalion were being pressed by the British regulars but doing so in good order. Morgan's rifles held up the British elites for a while but eventually were brushed away and were reforming in the rear.
For fun, after we called the battle we ended up with the following statistics:
- Army cohesion: 62.8%
- Total Casualties: 348 / 3512 (9.9%)
- 1 units dispersed
- Army cohesion: 75.1%
- Total Casualties: 268 / 3525 (7.6%)