In what would be known in history as the "War of Great Grazing Area Succession Dispute" or simply "The Pig War" the country of the Grand Duchy of Bluehofen went to war against the Principality of Redsteinerburg in 1741 over a strip of land bordering their lands. The Grand Duke Gunter claimed the land through his marriage to Countess Gretchen who traced the claim back to her sister's husband's grandmother. Prince Leopold, on the other hand, claimed the land based on his previous marriage to the now deceased Princess Bromhilda's brother's wive's grandfather. Regardless of claim, the dispute would be settled on the field of battle in central Germany.
The army of Bluehofen.
The last stand of the Grenadier Guards.
The first battle of the campaign goes to The Principality of Redsteinerburg. With the cavalry and infantry of Bluehofen having to react to the losses on the left flank, the envelopment of their rear by the Prince's Horse and the massed musketry of the infantry, they were never in a position where they could establish a good battle line. With the remnants of the Army of Bluehofen fleeing to the Lahn River, could the war be over?