Stollen's single gun and crew moved into position and unlimbered between the two deployed companies of allied Jaeger zu Fuss during Move Four. However, no contribution was made to the unfolding action. The rules presented in Charge! stipulate that guns cannot move and fire in the same turn, so nothing to do but wait it out for Stollen's half-battery. To the west of Effibriest, von Adalnowski's gun and crew, on loan from neighboring Pillau-Zerbst, had no target to fire at since this area is a relatively quiet part of the battlefield. . . at least for now.
Finally, the ongoing clash between Stollen's 3rd Kuirassiere and Zichenau's Grenadiere zu Pferd was resolved at the very end of Move Four with the former suffering a single casualty and the latter suffering three. Major von Topfsange celebrated this good fortune with a small glass of peppermint schnapps while his opponent Colonel von Adalnowski glared at the handful of dice on his end of the table and twisted his waxed mustache even more tightly. As laid out in Charge!, following a cavalry melee, the remaining troops then each withdrew half a move, i.e., 12", to rally and reform. "Just wait until the next move!" exclaimed von Adalnowski clicking his heels loudly in the direction of the smug von Topfsange.