Meanwhile, Stollen's second company of Jaeger zu Fuss inflicted only the lightest of wounds on a the Stagonian hussars (shown in the photograph above), with only a single man, of the seven who were eligable, rolling a"5", the number needed to to hit an enemy at 6"-12" range. Of course, all hits are halved on cavalry, so the hussar concerned was only temporarily down, before his horse staggered quickly to its feet.
Greatly chastened, General von Drosselmaier retreated to his brightly colored pavilion for a large cup of coffee, two aspirin, and a lie-down. Before ducking into his comfortably appointed tent, von Drosselmaier peered briefly through his spyglass across the field toward General von Drednoz, who gnashed his teeth and twirled his mustache between his right forefinger and thumb before grinning fiendishly in the direction of his opponent. Perhaps the dice will be kinder to von Drednoz?