We played a scenario out of the Airfix English Civil War book above which my dad purchased way back in 1978, we adapted it every so slightly so we could use Pike and Shot to play the game
The commander of the rust hall is a drunk in the scenario so his garrison may or may not take part in the game depending how many pints he had supped. To represent thus we give him a lowly command value of 6. Needless to say he didn't do to much in the game.
The game was very different from our normal pike and shot games and played out fast and furious at times. The wagons made steady if slow progress for the first half of the game, however I was hampered by some poor command rolls and struggled to catch the baggage train. However this changed in the second half the game as my dad started to fail command rolls frequently so I was able to catch some of the wagons with my cavalry. After sucessfully fending off a couple of counter chargers from the Roundhead cavalry the two captured wagons started to make very slow progress back off the table, however I managed to roll a forth blunder of the game while moving the wagons so I was unable to fully get them off the table edge. Here are some pics showing the game progressing.
The wagons rolling down road with infantry escort
Royalist cavalry arrive to try head off the baggage train