The moment I am portraying actually happened 2 to three times with variations in 1864-65. Robert E Lee ceased a regiments colors to rally troops who were falling back and on the verge of routing. The reaction of the troops was more or less the same on all three occasions. They rallied, angrily told Lee that they would hold (or counter attack) but only if he got to the rear.
The figures are all Blue Moon 18mm figures. There are two mounted and one on foot. I am guessing about 6 points for the mounted men and 3 for the infantry. The Flag is a generic flag from War Flag.com.
Once again it has been a great pleasure taking the ride with all of you. Drop by when you can.
A great final entry Adam. For me Lee is a heroic figure caught within tragic circumstance and a corrupt national policy. Like many, I've always admired both his strategic genius and his humanity - he was a man who was tasked to destroy that which he loved (the Union and his own army), a situation that makes him a great creature of pathos, if nothing else.
It has been a delight having you part of the Challenge Adam. You completely embraced the event and have been one of its most enthusiastic participants - thank you for your participation and camaraderie.