British lights infantry and Hessians move into a small hamlet to sabotage a colonial wagon packed with powder.
Receiving word from a local farmer the wagon had been discovered by redcoats, a unit of Continental Army regulars along with the help of some local militia are dispatched to secure it.
British cautiously move up the road towards the wagon positioned at a crossroads.
A small squad of Hessian mercenaries spot CA troops approaching in the distance. Bold moves towards the continentals would prove deadly for the Hessians.
The lobster backs would attempt to put pressure on the crossroads and the colonists' right flank.
Heavy fighting across the hamlet ensues and the militia begins to take heavy casualties.
A strong continental left and the ability to shift reinforcements to the center would prove to be the difference in the battle.
Towards the end of the evening what looked like a sure British victory would turn disastrous. A stiff rebel resistance in the center at the objective would win the day.