2nd turn: Mirabello surrender
The Imperialist Army made the tower house of the Mirabello fall safely.
With both wings, the unit of the both sides which prepared the offensive starts exchange of a rush and shooting.
- A back Imperialist Army Heavy-Pike-men and the Musketeers which is the attached unit begin the deployment to the left wing as reserve force.
- Other units move forward to the boundary line in the woods which spread in the front, and wait for and establish an enemy.
- A right-wing Cavalry unit declares the further rush.
- Central Pike-mens including a Landsknechts and attached unit of those continue advance.
- The attack party to the Mirabello made the tower house fall.
- A left-wing Landsknechts starts shooting to Swiss mercenary troops.
- It continues advance so that woods may escape from a left-wing Cavalry unit and it may seize on an enemy's side.
- The Guard Archers led by the France king responds to a rush of an enemy first.
It developed in order to meet an enemy's Cavalry unit, and the Gendarme of the elite Cavalry unit following it prepared the rush attitude.
- The Italian Cavalry unit of left-wing back escapes from woods, and it starts movement so that a front may be made to develop a unit.
- The artillery unit whom shooting preparation ended provides an aim in an enemy's rifle soldier, and starts bombardment.
- A central Landsknechts unit continues advance intently.
- The Italian troops on foot and the French troops on foot start advance similarly.
- Attach Swiss mercenary troops for the hedge which grows thick to along the highway which goes to a Mirabello, and they prepare the attitude which meets an enemy unit.
Simultaneously, an Arquebusiers starts shooting.