The loyalists had a whopping ten cubes to place, considering reinforcements and how many advances to the rear they'd had. All went to Delaware, and then attacked into southern NJ, eastern MD, and Maine. They were (barely) successful in Maine, lost fantastically in southern NJ, and eked out a victory in MD.
The Brits followed up with 4 reinforcements and an attack into southern Jersey; the appearance of trained regulars made both rebels flee with thumbs in their mouths. Jersey returns to the rightful owners... and an attack into western NY results in a win as well.
The British go again, and the sudden appearance of both 6 Hessians and a warship allow an attack into RI. Again, the dice absolutely hate me, and my 9-4 odds results in... a loss. A single continental holds RI after multiple godawful rolls. I literally rolled one hit. One. (Throws cards in the air)