Fort MIfflin has so many pointy corners ( a total of eight) that it's difficult to identify them by traditional means. The Spanish liked to name the bastions on their starforts things like Holy Mother of Forgiveness or Sacred Puppy of Antagonism. This must have been a mouthful in the heat of battle, but at least it would avoid the necessity of me describing this as Fort Mifflin's south-southeast bastion. It's definitely the pointiest of them all, jutting menacingly towards the dastardly New Jerseyites on the other side of the Delaware.