April 26, Turn 12
Journal: Under the cover of darkness, Archduke Charles withdrew his army from the bloody field of Innkofen into a stout defensive line a few miles south, closer to Landshut. When April 26 dawned, the Austrians continued an orderly withdraw back to the city. Unable to draw the Austrians into another battle, the French could only harass the archduke's columns with light cavalry. A small French cavalry force did pass through Landshut in the morning before dense columns of Austrian infantry brushed them aside and secured the city.
I think we all learned a lot from running our first map-based Blucher campaign. There are some rules we will invariably adjust before attempting a second one, but this was a lot of fun. Using Vassal for our map and turn movement helped tremendously, and I would strongly recommend other miniature gamers consider creating Vassal files for their own campaigns.