The Allied armies are standing on the upper part of a battlefield under Santon hill. They are starting artillery preparations and in the lower part of the battle field shells are exploding. The Russian camp is around a building in the bottom part of the battlefield. The lower part of the battlefield is empty. A screen of fog enshrouds the entire field and French soldiers are beginning to form into ranks.
Suddenly, the French artillery opens fire. The Russians return fire from their encampment at the bottom part of the battlefield. French soldiers charge the Russians’ position around the building, but their advancement is stopped approximately ten meters from the Russian artillery’s line of fire. This is followed by a charge from the central guard of the French army. The French guards shield the retreat of the infantry, and the injured and dead soldiers are carried off of the battlefield. At the same time the Russians start to pull back towards their camp in the right upper part of the battlefield. The central regiment of the French army returns to its original position. The French artillery starts to bombard the previously Russian building and it explodes into flames.
The Allies launch a central assault, charging through the middle of the battlefield all the way to its bottom part. The left and right wings of the French army counter-attack on both sides of the battlefield. They clash with the advancing line of Allies, and there is a deadly exchange of fire. The regiment of guards starts a counter-attack through the middle of the battlefield. The Allies pull back to their original positions in the upper part of the battlefield. The French soldiers also return to their original positions.
The Allied artillery splits and is deployed to both sides of the battlefield, then the allies decide to regroup them to form one army in the middle of the battlefield. This united army marches as one to the bottom part of the battlefield. The French artillery divides to both sides of the battlefield. The wings of the French army march to the middle of the battlefield, and then they continue to advance until they meet with the marching allied soldiers. There is an exchange of rifle fire.
The two armies clash and an elite light infantry unit in the middle of the French army starts to divide the formation into two halves. Both French armies start to spread along the sides of the allied front. The allies choose not to counter and stay without movement. The guards start to march. Regiments start to fall into rank behind each other and they attack against the center, the middle, of the Allies’ formation.
The guards charge through the middle of the Allies’ formation and finish the breach. In the upper part of the battlefield the guard again divides itself into two parts and turns in the direction of the Allies, swinging around to complete the encirclement.
End of battle
The Allies’ white flag is flying ( The Allies’ general Schildberger accepts capitulation by raising his hat over his head). The individual regiments again form into ranks and march around the battlefield in victory, then they continue marching triumphantly to the village green in Tvarozná.