|Guilford Courthouse map from Rebellion|
- Let each American line take on the British one at a time, inflicting as much damage as possible, but delaying the collapse of each line as long as possible. (This is what Greene did historically.)
- Rush the American second line (Lawson and Stevens) to the forward woods line before the first line collapses, denying the British a toehold into the woods before it engages the American second line.
- Rush the American second and third lines to the woods, ensuring that the American always maintain numerical and firepower superiority at the point of contact.