Graf Malthus leads the Leib Dragoner regiment out the South Gate towards the Wars
".....und der horses are not yet schip-schape, dey need a gut vash undt dry brush, effrytink is being done in such a hurry"...grumbled Graf Malthus as he led the Saxe-Märchen Leib-Dragoner Regiment through Wahlheim and south onto the Schonburg road, en route to Driebrucken to embark with the French. "Und our bases are still Alte Schule und der Franch say they now need to be - vot is dis - flocked"
(Wahlheimers have a fairly rustic accent to those living in metropolitan Schonberg, you see...)
"Ja, Herr Graf" agreed his Aide de Camp, "Ve must pick the standard from Ruimpelstiltskin & Sohn as ve pass through Schonberg und meet der infantry regiments"
"Der Franch can get der flocked though, ve is Alte Schule...." harrumphed the gruff Graf.
Still, the old warhorse looked happy, reflected his Aide de Camp. Herr Graf hadn't really settled down since '48 and was clearly itching for a last campaign.
(For a map of Saxe-Märchen, so you can follow the action, go here)
(The Graf doesn't know it, but they will be in action far sooner than he thinks - getting Saxe-Märchen's forces together in time has been very rushed - and I haven't yet decided on the colour of lapel lace or the devices on the mitres)