I ended up driving my front wheel drive manual sedan down a road meant for 4wd's due to inadequate signage (and poor judgement on my part).
I saw a river and stopped before it, unfortunately the road was already sufficiently muddy that I got bogged. With very aggressive clutch / accelerator use plus some sand and logs, I was able to get the car out.
To give an idea how aggressive, RPM's sometimes crested 6000+, smoke was coming off the left front (bogged) wheel and a funny smell was coming either from the wheel or the transmission. I didn't sustain redline RPM's or see the tachy crest the redline, didn't mean I might not have briefly gone above redline before the dial caught up.
However, the next day, my transmission gave out completely - at this point, no matter what gear you select (no gearstick issues), the gear does not engage when you let out the clutch pedal.
Just to assist with the repair and diagnosing/avoiding this issue in future, does anyone have any idea what the most likely damaged components are here? The car is a 2009 Proton S16 if it helps.