Well, the British managed to turn the tables on the French, and now the Brits are pushing ahead and the French are doing their best to fall back on a hill they hope will anchor their defensive line. The British are many and pushing hard, the French are few, dispersed, and without a direct route to the hill. General Dadie is visibly shaken, while General Nickolls is licking his chops.
Overview, north is up. The French will begin the game with all units below the river (lower third of table, running east to west). The roads are simply decoration, conferring no movement bonus. At dead center is a large swampy area that is impassable to all troops, as are the two woods on either side of the table. The hill, Mont Bleu, is at the top of the table and is the victory objective for both sides. The British will start with all forces off the table, but all units will enter the table via the southern (bottom) edge on Turn 1.