Turns 34-37 Virginia/Maryland,
Murtagks outwitted me and managed to link his isolated corps back up to the main army.
This left Lee and Jackson in a dangerous position, and so I made a dash for Harper's Ferry, where Lee lost, though not disastrously.
Meanwhile, Longstreet held the siege of Alexandria and managed to pick off some Union elite brigades that spawn there, so that Magruder can be promoted.
I will send Magruder to west Memphis, as I need a decent defensive general to hold the city.
This left the Confederate forces south of the Potomac, no decisive action occurred.
I'm not really sure where to go from here. The forces are somewhat equal, and I would like to retake Harpers Ferry for the victory point income, but there is always a great risk that the Union moves by railroad to reinforce their position.
I will hold tight for now. The Union does need to advance eventually, and it would be great to force a surrender of Alexandria to cash in the victory points from all of those garrison brigades surrendering.
With Johnston's victories in the Tennessee and the seizure of St Louis, the CSA is holding it's own, but is nonetheless under great pressure.
Murtagks and I are around parity for victory point income, but the CSA has a lead of ~700. I need to maintain this, to force Murgatks to launch more risky assaults against fortified CSA positions and ultimately secure victory.