General de Latte's brigade of Flickenhoffer Fusiliers and Provinces' Provisional Regiment continues its flanking movement at the start of Turn Four.
At approximately 11:15am, the start if Turn Four in the Battle of Doltz, a standoff of sorts developed over much of the battlefield along with the clearing off of General von Bauchschmerzen's few remaining jaegers on his left flank. And it is there that events were the most interesting so far during the battle. But these artists' renderings provide a much clearer picture of the battle than can I. Please have a look and, to appropriate one of Mr. Kinch's terms, click each picture to 'embiggen.'
The Flickenhoffer Fusiliers has just about cleared Hasenpfefferwald and should soon be in position to form a firing line opposition General von Bauchschmeren's own troops.
A third photograph provides a good idea of how close the opposing bodies of troops are to one another.
Concerned about his left flank and the rather disobedient troops guarding it, General von Bauchschmerzen and his staff have again moved to that part of the position just in case.
Meanwhile, General de Latte's retinue of haughty hipster baristas (those filthy coffee bean chewers) in fancy dress has rejoined their commander for more military mischief depending on what unfolds during the rest of Turn Four.
And what of General de Latte's Irish Grenzers and Warshawski Croats? Having polished off the last of von Bauchschmerzen's Corps of Jaegers, they have made an orderly retreat back into Hasenpfefferwald to screen the approach of the Flickenhoffer Fusiliers and Provinces' Provincials approaching from the rear.