2) The Mittau Volunteers will close on the Leib Grenadiers with an eye to bringing them under attack when the melee is done.
3) The Light Company of the Mittau Volunteers (still in open order) will either bring the crew of the nearest gun (assuming the other crew is busily being melee'd by 11th Hussards) under attack via musket fire or will continue to advance with the intention of doing so next move.
4) Von Auflauf regiment will continue to advance in support of the main infantry line.
5)The Red Artillery battery will cease it's advance and bring the nearest manned building of the Eispicke Village under fire.
6)The remainder of the artillery - is it within range of the von Laurenz musketeers? If so - open fire if it can draw a Line of Sight. If not, continue to advance.
7)Is the most advanced company of o'malleys within range of von Laurenz? If so - open fire. The remainder can move further into the wood with an eye on penetrating toward your cavalry - without exiting the wood!
8) Have the pioneers continue their advance on Sittangbad.
9) Is there much room for my cavalry to maneuver? If so, my cavalry will advance one full move south in the direction of the hill between Eispicke Village and the marshland whilst at all times remaining out of range of your musketry.
"Here's where it gets really interesting, what?" De Latte rubbed his forehead. "Perhaps I'll take some coffee this time old man. No more brandy for now I think."
"Coffee and clay pipes of the finest Virginia tobacco it is, then, old muffin," replied General von Tschatschke, who picked up a small bell from the end of the gaming table and rang for the butler. "And here are my orders. . ."