Currently awaiting the removal of musketry casualties and adjudication of hand-to-hand combat as well as the removal of a fresh Dresdner Stollen from the kitchen oven.
Unfortunately, however, the left flank of General von Tschatschke's reserve cavalry is now dangerously exposed to possible artillery fire from General MacDuff's battery stationed atop the hill in the middle of the picture above. In the foreground, you'll see MacDuff's sole regiment of cavalry, which could also pose problems for von Tschatschke's lone regiment of infantry. . . assuming it is not torn to pieces by the crack battery of Stollenian artillery in the meantime!