Turn Two of the Campaign was one of force considation by both sides, in anticipation of future battles. There wasn't a lot of action going on during the turn, which is to be expected this early in the campaign.
American Moves on Turn Two
On the American side, DeKalb added to his army by picking up the three strength points in Charlotte, increasing his army to 9SPs, and then crossing the border into South Carolina. DeKalb stopped on the north side of the Santee River so that he would not have his back to the river if attacked.
In the interior region in northwest South Carolina, Sevier continued to hold at McDowell with his 7SPs.
Horatio Gates remained behind with 9SPs guarding the depot at Hillsboro and acting as a reserve in the event that something bad would happen to DeKalb's army
British Moves on Turn Two
Cornwallis increased his army at Camden from 6SPs to 12SPs with the arrival of the force from Nelson's Ferry.
Lord Rawdon detached another force of 3SPs, commanded by Mawhood, from Charleston, thereby reducing the garrison there to 7SPs.
Websters force of 4SPs moved north from Jacksonburg to Orangeburg, apparently headed for Augusta, GA.
The garrisons at Ninety Six (5SPs), Georgetown (2SPs), Savannah (6SPs) and at the three Forts (3 SPS collectively) all held their positions.
Turn Two Results
There were no Partizan Uprisings on either Turns 1 or 2. DeKalb was within a two dot move of Cornwallis's army at Camden so the likelihood of a future battle was brewing, unless DeKalb elected to fall back into North Carolina.