Wellington - 34,000 infantry - 1,864 cavalry - 48 guns
Massena - 42,000 infantry - 4,662 cavalry - 38 guns
Wellington 56 infantry - 8 cavalry - 3 guns
Massena 64 infantry - 16 cavalry - 2 guns
Table at start
Wellington’s army is deployed on the table at the start of the game. They are on the far side of the table. The building on the right is Fuentes de Orono, the one on the left is Poco Velho.
Massena’s army enters the table on blinds anywhere along the nearest edge. When they are spotted the figures will be placed on the table.
The British have three generals
The French have three generals, but they may have one more if they combine cavalry or artillery to form a reserve
The river is fordable to infantry or cavalry, but they are disordered during the move they cross. Artillery can only cross by a bridge.
Wellington and Massena may give orders to any commander or brigade, but they must be in base contact to do so. Such brigades must not have already carried out orders during the current move, and may not do so until the next move.
Crauford’s command at Poco Vehlo, overlooked by Wellington with the cavalry brigade