December 4, 2023

Saturday Night Fights ~ The Battle of Leipzig (II) for “Blucher”

In pixels small, the battle unfolds,
Leipzig’s clash, as history foretold.
Miniature figures, pixelated might,
Recreate the fray, in the soft, dim light.

Napoleon’s troops, a pixelated band,
Marching on Leipzig’s fateful land.
In 1813, the world did see,
A struggle for freedom and victory.

Prussian and Russian, they stood the line,
Pixelated soldiers, hearts intertwined.
With courage and honor, they fought the fight,
To free their lands, beneath pixelated light.

The cannon’s roar in pixelated fire,
As pixel soldiers pushed their hearts higher.
A battlefield canvas, pixel by pixel,
Where destinies wove, intricate and fickle.

Through the pixelated smoke and strife,
Emerges the pulse of human life.
Heroes rise, their pixelated stand,
Defending their homes, their native land.

In pixelated glory, history’s made,
As the battle of Leipzig begins to fade.
But pixelated figures forever will show,
The courage of soldiers, the ebb, and the flow.

In pixel art, their memory’s kept,
A battle well-fought, a secret well-kept.
Leipzig’s tale, pixelated and true,
A testament to what brave hearts can do.

So, in pixels and miniatures, we’ll keep,
The legacy of those who did reap,
The battlefield’s toll, a tale to be told,
In the pixelated figures, brave and bold.



Don’t forget to pop in the Saturday Night Fights sub-forum on our site, where you can see what’s coming up and make requests for games. Plenty of the Dragoons are setting up all sorts of games, all the time.


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