Pendraken 10mm have commissioned painted photos of their extensive SYW range for their online catalogue. Thus far only the British and Prussians have been completed but the photos do look remarkably good and show the wide range of poses available. As yet they do not show the other nations or the alternative standard bearers (generic) with bare flagpoles for adding one of the Pendraken (or any other manufacturer's) flags*. These are a different pose to the cast on flag figures in the Prussian range. As can be seen the British range does not have cast flags. Personally I feel that the Prussian standard figure should have been recast without the flag. There is also another very useful generic figure not yet painted up but illustrated in its bare metal, i.e. the kneeling, firing tricorn man.
*I actually use the Baccus 6mm flags which are slightly smaller and fit the Pendraken flagpoles much more comfortably.
The battle opened with a surprise Austrian cavalry attack as a result of dashing commanders rolling sixes. The Austrian cuirassiers swept through the Prussian cavalry centre like a hot knife through butter. The Prussians attempted to stem this by attacking with their right wing cavalry. but were badly shot up by the Austrian grenadiers garrisoning Sullowitz and then deftly countercharged and seen off by Austrian dragoons supported by hussars. Meanwhile the Prussian left was suffering growing losses from the grenzers in the vineyards, to the extent that one battalion retreated whilst another was done for. And in the centre the Prussians were also suffering from the effects of superior artillery fire, with troops falling back left and right as they took additional morale losses from those retreating or routing around them. this was a tough game for the Prussians who just could not seem to get to grips with the Austrians before troops retreated or routed, thus causing further mayhem to those around them. By the end of turn 6 Frederick had left the field and the Prussians had lost 11 1/2 units to the Austrian 1 and thus suffered a crushing defeat.