|Dawn of May 31, 1862: Battle of Seven Pines|
The day opens with rain as mandated by the scenario rules. DH Hill moves up and attacks the Union positions around Seven Pines without breaking the line. The Union reinforcements manage to cross the bridges of the swollen Chickahominy and stabilize the front. Longstreet moves up and manages to push Casey back, but the Union army ends the day with a solid defense along the Seven Pines/Fair Oaks line.
|Dawn of June 1, 1862|
The South begins with attacks along the Union line. Mike's corps assault and grand assault rolls fail to bring in the needed number of divisions to gain a decisive coordinated attack. DH Hill and Smith exhaust their units attempting to breech the Union defenses. In shame, Gen. Johnston throws himself under a Union wagon train. That leaves "Old Pete" Longstreet, with his last intact Southern formation, to lead the army to victory. Longstreet points his sword at Seven Pines and says "Roll a 6" and bang...the dreaded 6-1 dice combo slams into the Union III Corps. "Do it again" says Longstreet of Fair Oaks Station and the Union line melts away. The North reforms on Savage's Station, this single hex holding the victory points that will spell victory or defeat. Longstreet is up to the challange and crashes into the considerable Nothern defenses. Savage's Station falls and Longstreet has saved the day with a Confederate Marginal Victory.
|Night of June 1, 1862: Longstreet holds the field at Savage's Station|