For now, the few Stollenian jaegers left have high-tailed it back down the hill in the direction of their rear area. The remaining grenzers and staff in the copse atop the ridge shall hold their position for now, at least, until tomorrow morning, unless met with overwhelming odds in the meantime.
What of the troops in other parts of the battlefield? The second company of O'Malley's Irish Grenzers is still firmly ensconced within the small village of Instettin in the western end of the valley and has yet to fire a shot. The Stollenian gun and crew along with the other company of Jaeger zu Fuss has advanced another 12" to the west. The jaegers' right flank is covered by the village of Effibriest, and the left by the single allied gun and its crew, which limbered up to keep pace with the jaegers.
And what of Major von Topfsange and Colonel von Adalnowski?
Two turn's worth of heavy skirmishing on the southern edge of Teodorstal Valley, between Major von Topfsange's Jaeger zu Fuss and Colonel von Adalnowski's Irish Grenzers have left heavy casualties on both sides. Von Topfsange rolled his dice well, but firing on troops in cover meant that his results were reduced by half. From across the table, Colonel von Adalnowski noticed a pronounced flush spreading across his opponent's cheeks and upper neck. "Must be too much peppermint schnapps," thought the colonel to himself.