The forces are mustering: The French and Bavarians on one side and the English, Scottish, Dutch, Austrian, Danes and various Germans states on the other. Where else can our Irish fight their Irish? Yep, it's the War of Spanish Succession (1702 - 1713). The next Dining Room battle report will have John Churchill, the first Duke of Marlborough (who never lost a battle or a siege), Prince Eugene of Savoy, the Elector Max II Emanuel of Bavaria, Camille d'Hostun the Comte de Tallard and Marshal of France plus a supporting cast of English, Dutch, French, Danish and Bavarian Generals.
This is going to be a big game using the rules Volley and Bayonet: 52 Infantry units, 32 Cavalry units plus artillery. This should be a great game in the finest traditions of linear warfare. Now a few teaser photos as the French and Bavarians start to muster their forces: