They were faced by 2 7SP Prussian musketeer brigades, 2 6SP fusilier brigades, 2 6SP "garrison" brigades, 4 3SP II freikorp brigades, 2 6SP Hussar brigades 1 6SP LC brigade 3 IRC 3 Sp brigades and 1 gun They had a dragoon brigade at the start but Frederick summoned this back to his command before the battle began..
The idea was see how a Swedish force worked, or didn't work, and how a second string Prussian force composition worked..
The Swedes were a little predictable in the faffing about sense, mostly -1 and a few -2 commanders.... and the second string Prussians were still quite surprising nasty what with nearly everycommander being Exceptional..the game began in turn 2, late morning and ran to turn 5 late afternoon, at which point the Swedes broke and fled after lhaving lost 7.5 brigades to 0 Prussians..one or two of the Prussians had been roughly handled but otherwise they were all relatively intact.
The Swedes, represented by Kopfschlagers and other on my imagination troops, were out scouted and Generals Gunnar Larkspurson and Wacca Waccasonn decided to form a deep right of infantry covered by the left of cavalry and infantry and the far right by the Irregular infantry in the town .They intended to "punch " through what ever was to their front with their right.
The Prussian under Count von Thigheski and von Manningstein formed an extended line , with their cavalry on their right , and the freikorp to the left moving through the woods and to assail the village full of their Swedish opposite numbers..
a great game and thanks to those who made the nearly 4 hour round trip to play..and lunch was very good as well..
All the pics here pinched from Bob Mannings facebook page..other pics on the Ne Plus Ultra site