Having rescued the captive Legionnaires from the Order of Seventh Circle, the heroes rejoin Washington at the siege of Yorktown, which they hope will be the deciding battle of the American Revolution.
Sent to Yorktown to build a secure naval port, Cornwallis finds himself cut off from his food, armament, and ammunition supply lines, surrounded by enemy artillery, cavalry, and infantry, and outnumbered nearly two-to-one. Washington is confident he can deliver a decisive victory over the British, especially if he brings his cannons in range of Yorktown. The city is protected by several small redoubts (above-ground fortifications made of earth and sharpened logs). On a moonless October night, Washington proposes to capture two of these redoubts and convert them into artillery emplacements, from which to bombard Yorktown.
The redoubts are reinforced with Greycoats, so Washington assigns Godot and his squad of superhumans to Lieutenant Colonel Alexander Hamilton, who will lead one of the assaults. As reinforcement, Washington also assigns Sara Wilde (“The Salem Witch”) to the assault.
Moving out in the dead of night, Hamilton’s combined forces (400 light infantry and five superhumans) storm the walls of the redoubt, taking 70 British soldiers and four Greycoats by surprise. The Greycoats, Jane “Mauler” Goode, the Giblin twins, and Deganawidah, quickly counter-attack. Mauler goes for Jacoby the Boston Lobster Man, but the vicious bone spurs on her arms are unable to penetrate his awesomely tough lobster carapace; Jacoby strikes back with a devastating combination of claw attacks that leaves Mauler bleeding and unconscious on the ground. Shapeshifted into a hippopotamus, Suzanna charges young Deganawidah, whose sonic blasts bounce harmlessly against her splendid hippopotamus hide. Suzanna’s attempt to mimic the sonic blasts fails, so she just bites him, crushing his torso and laying him out.
Francis charges one of the Giblins (Patrick) with his fire axe and sword, as Godot blasts the remaining Greycoats with a psychic explosion. Wounded and ablaze, Patrick merges with the soil to escape, as his brother (Joseph) summons an ally (a stone soldier). Sara, flying overhead on her broom, fires witch bolts to distract the combatants as Jacoby seizes the remaining Giblin in his crushing claw. Just then, Patrick Giblin rises out of the ground and sabres Jacoby in the back, but Jacoby easily brushes off the blow. Sara distracts Patrick with a witch bolt as Francis brains Joseph with his flaming axe; Patrick stabs at Jacoby again, but his failure is critical, and his sword breaks into a humiliating stump. As Patrick attempts to summon his own stone soldier, Jacoby strikes him down with his slicing claw. Meanwhile, Hamilton’s overwhelming numbers rout the British infantry, leaving the field strewn with red-coated corpses.
Washington bombards Yorktown into submission, leaving most of Cornwallis’s troops and Greycoats killed or captured. The British surrender, unconditionally, and the United States of America is born!