The see-saw nature of the battle for Plancenoit makes it quite hard to determine which Prussian units were involved and at what time.
I've decided to show them as follows: 15th Reserve Regiment attacking the church; 1st and 2nd Silesian Landwehr the south end of the village; the 18th Reserve Regiment north end of the village; and the 3rd and 4th Silesian Landwehr north of the village.
Given that each Prussian Regiment is the size of a French brigade, this is quite a few figures to fit in. Fortunately, the painting consortium is producing Prussian figures at a prodigious rate, leaving me to focus on the French, with a bit of help there too from some of the team.
I have been fixing the Fusilier battalion of the 15th Reserve regiment to the model and the results are below. There are no officers, drummers or other supernumeraries yet, but the battalion is shaping up, with the lead companies breaking into the charge and the other companies moving in column through the village:
|Quite a lot of disguising of stands still to do.|
|General Duhesme falls wounded|
|The priest on the steps of his church|
|French flee the village|
|The Duvalier farm|