|View from North|
In addition, Regiment Izzo charged the shaken Stagonian Ardents and routed them from the Village . . . giving them a second "casualty marker" as well.
|View from West|
(Note: the crossbows outside the center building and the figures outside the northern building are actually "inside" those buildings . . . so while it may seem like the crossbows are in range of Utti regiment, they are actually beyond long range.)
Certainly one piece of good news is that the Colonel of Regiment Goyette (blue banner) made a speech which has inspired his regiment to do all it can for the Stagonian cause . . . (an Event Card gives them a +1 on their dice rolls for the rest of this battle).
|Cavalry Standoff in the South|
Are they in charge reach? There is doubt on both sides. It is close . . . but not a sure thing.
So, for now, they both seem content to hold their positions and await instructions. It did seem that General Murdeau had dispatched a courier . . . but his horse stumbled and no more was seen of the rider . . . (couriers move 3d6" but if a doubles are rolled, they don't make it . . . he rolled 1,5,5 and so died).
What will happen on the next set of moves and card turns? We shall have to wait and see.