|General French's Brigade firing on General Mahone's Brigade across the tracks.|
|Turn 3.Federal Initiative. Sickles Brigade continues their attack. All along the line the attack grows in strength.|
|BG Armistead's Brigade continues to hold out. The 9th VA Infantry break under the pressure and fall back.|
|Turn 4. Confederate Initiative. The Confederate Line more or less is intact. They hold position as the Federal wave crashes into them. Colston's Brigade holds position. General Longstreet moves forward to help with the developing situation.|
|French's Brigade prepares to move forward after forcing the Confederate 9th VA Infantry to retreat. A hole in the line develops between Mahone's Brigade and Armistead's Brigade.|
|Birney's Brigade crosses the Rail Road track and presses into Pickett's Brigade. Meagher's Brigade continues to slug it out with Armistead's Brigade.|
|Turn 5. Federal Initiative. The majority of Birney's Brigade is across the track. Pickett's Brigade takes heavy casualties.|
|BG Wilcox holding the line with his men.|
|Pickett's Brigade is in a bad place. A hole in the line develops between Pickett and Pryor's Brigade. on the right. Birney's Brigade also presses between Pickett and Armistead's Brigades. If Pickett stays he will be surrounded on three sides.|
|French's Brigade pushes south across the track. Holes develop all along the Confederate line.|
|BG Raleigh Colston and his North Carolina Brigade sit uneasy as they are unsure were they are needed. The Confederate Line begins to collapse in four places.|
|Ever closer do they come.... BG Sickles and the Excelsior Brigade come within yards of the Confederate line|
|Watching the front. Colston's Brigade prepares for the attack that they know is sure to come.|
|French's Brigade Presses through the gap between Armistead and Mahone's Brigades.|
|General Longstreet issues orders for his brigades to fall back and reform their lines.|
|General Longstreet decides that this is close enough to the front. Remembering what had happened to MG Joe Johnston the day before, he issues orders for his men to make preparations to defend against another attack.|
|The apex of the battle line. Pickett's Brigade position|
|BG Mahone agrees with his aide. The brigade should pull back and reform.|
|Colston's Brigade ready and willing.|
The summer sun begins to set on the battlefield and with it comes the closing musketry of the days battle. A very bloody affair indeed.
The results of the battle include Federal losses of 6 Regiments routed from the field. one Brigade Commander killed. BG Patterson. However, The Federal Army did manage to break the Confederates defensive line in three places.
The Confederate Losses where 6 Regiments routed from the field and their defensive line broken. Brigadier General George Pickett's Brigade suffering the worst in casualties losing 2 of the regiments that were routed.
The Results being a DRAW. The Federal Army managed to breach the Confederate Line in three places however, they were not able to exploit this in the time given.
The overal Results for the two day Battle of Seven Pines is a Confederate Victory.
HISTORICAL RESULTS~ The results of May 31st gave the Confederate Army the initiative. They managed to drive Casey's Division from the redoubt. The attack north of the Richmond and York Rail Road extended the battle line. The conclusion of the days battle was still in question when General Joesph E. Johnston was seriously wounded that evening.
June 1st came with the Confederate force in a bit of disarray. Johnstons' successor, Major General Gustavus Woodson Smith took command of the army but had no idea of his former commanders overall tactical situation or objectives because of a lack of information available. He suffered what appears to be a panic attack and was thus relieved of command by Confederate President Jefferson Davis. His replacement, Davis's Military aide, a fifty five year old West Point Graduate by the name of Robert Edward Lee....