The Second Battle of Prague - (Hypothetical) After the Battle of Prague, Frederick initiated a siege of Charles' forces in the city. In the meantime, the Austrians pulled together a new force under Daun to relieve the besieged city. Historically, Frederick chose to attack Daun's forces at Kolin, and upon his loss, he then abandoned the siege of Prague. However, many commentators (including Napoleon) have speculated that Frederick should have stood on the defensive at Prague, where he could have used his siege train to advantage. In this scenario, Daun's force is designated as Reichsarmee, to reflect the different commands and artillery ammunition pools. The Prussians are given extensive ammunition to fight the battle.