So much much more happened than I expected. But that's good because we are now much closer to combat beginning.
Alpia's brigade is led by Brigadier Paulo Lombardi and consists of the Asti Spumonte Regiment (nearer the village) and the Cianti Regiment (on the Hill).
Stagonia's cavalry is led by Brigadier Maurice Gilbert and consists of the Cheveaux de Rappeneau (in column) and the Cheveaux de Pincemail (in line).
The three buildings each actually represent a number of houses, shops, gardens, etc.. Each "building" represents the space that a foot regiment can occupy. It counts as "soft cover" in the VWQ rules.
Brigadier Jacques Arnoux has led the Ardant Regiment (pike & shot) into the northern most "building" and directed his Lau Regiment of commanded crossbows into the central building.
It consists of the Izzo Regiment (purple flag closest to Village) and the Zuff Regiment (green flag to Izzo's left).
The Alpian's Light Gun has unlimbered behind Izzo . . . with Brigadier Flavio Buffo's Picanti Swordsmen Regiment leading his brigade close behind the Gun as General Giovanni Rossi looks on.
So the next turn or two should be interesting ones, I should think . . . depending upon what orders my players issue . . . and how the turn of cards works out.