By 10:45am that morning, the action now remembered in the history books as The Battle of Doltz was taking shape with fevered maneuvering, thundering cannon salvos, and exchanges of rattling musketry between the respective commanders' grenzers, croats, and jaegers. Stay tuned or updates later in the day.
General von Bauchschmerzen's Corps of Jaegers initiated a hot exchange of fire with General de Latte's Irish Grenzers and Warshawski Croats as they emerged from Hasenpfefferwald during the latter part off Turn Three. Thus far, it is unclear which side is suffering more casualties. The Young Master does love cotton ball musketry and cannon fire smoke by the way. He asked me about it all day until we carefully added this particular feature to the tabletop battle.
And here is a handy aerial shot of how the Battle of Doltz has developed during Turn Three. You can see that things are heating up at the eastern end of the field. How much longer will it be before the entire front line is ablaze we wonder?