On the weekend I played remotely with an internet friend in Tucson, Arizona and we tried out the Fatehpur scenario from the Colonial Conflicts - The Indian Mutiny scenario book written for The Men Who Would Be King (TMWWBK). I had played the same scenario in the book written for The Sword and the Flame, but like all the scenarios in TMWWBK book, the scenario has been revised and, in my opinion, improved. It was a hard slog for the British, outgunned as they were by three to two guns, one a heavy artillery piece, and the mutinous sepoys holed up in a walled garden and a fortified house. Nevertheless, quality began to tell over quantity and the British artillery soon knocked out the light battery in its path. On the left,the 84th Foot and the HEIC Ferozepur Sikhs advanced steadily on the walled garden and caused a pin which turned into a rout to the sepoys inside. On the right the 78th Highlanders and the Madras Fusiliers easily brushed the 6th Gwalior Native Infantry off the hill to their front and then drove into the native irregulars behind the hill. They only stopped their advance when they drew fire from the sepoys entrenched in the fortified house behind the hill. As the British advanced, the sepoy artillery limbered up and retired, causing a general Mutineer withdrawal. We called the game after five of the ten Rebel units had been routed or destroyed. As you can see, we played the game with 54mm miniatures, which worked perfectly with the small sized units suggested in the scenario book. For those interested, the figures are a mix of W. Britain, Wm. Hocker, Marlborough Star and Trophy of Wales. I highly recommend the scenario book if you are interested in the Indian Mutiny.