Tobermoryx, sometimes it's not as simple as to what pieces the other player has in determining whether something is a draw. I had the marshal and extra miners but things weren't 100% clear for a while, well they weren't to me anyway.
Until Napoleon started to move his colonel and spy upwards I'm pretty sure it was a draw, though. Of course Napoleon can bring in a spy to block my marshal moves but you only had 1 guess with miner should you have got past. I didn't want to move any more miners in my position until I was confident I could break through, as that would reveal my flag position. Also, Napoleon could be annoying with his spy, block some squares from my marshal and maybe even get my flag (which would be bad!)
I was hoping my moves in the middlegame were making him think my flag was behind the lake not in the corner (plus, in the corner is slightly more unusual than behind the lake at a higher level).
I offered the draw at that point because I didn't think either of us could break through. I guess I was wrong. However, it was a very tense and challenging game for me. I enjoyed it very much, and I hope you (Napoleon) did too!