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P57 Battle of Guilford Courthouse March 15, 1781

Only available via On-line Pre-registration
Friday 4PM on Hall of Cities, Table 20 for 8 Hours
GM: Daniel Kerrick
Type: Historical Miniatures
System: Live Free or Die
Players: 7
Provided: All Miniatures provided by GM
Rules Knowledge: Useful
Game Content: Mainstream

On March 15, 1781, British General Charles Lord Cornwallis's army of 2,100 men engaged a Continental army under Major General Nathanael Greene at Guilford Court House, near present-day Greensboro, North Carolina. Adopting a tactic utilized by Daniel Morgan at the Battle of Cowpens, Greene formed his roughly 4,500 men into three lines. The first line was held by North Carolina militia. In the second line Greene positioned militia from Virginia. Continental Regulars composed Greene's third and most formidable line. The concept, known as a defense in depth, was for the first two lines to exhaust the enemy's advance and inflict as many casualties as possible in the hopes of delivering a decisive blow at the third line. Can you change history for the Continental army and deal a decisive blow to the British or will the British force Green to disengage and push towards Virginia.