Use one pack of cards.
Shuffle and deal thirteen cards, facing up, to the reserve.
Deal one card facing up to each of the eight wings.
Place the remaining thirty-one cards faced down in a pile to create the stock.
To move all of the cards to the foundations.
Foundations start with cards of the same face value, based on the first foundation card.
Foundations are built up by suit. Aces can be placed on Kings.
The eight wings are built down by suit and may contain a maximum of three cards each. Kings can be placed on Aces.
Turn over one card at a time from the stock to the discard pile. The stock can be dealt through three times.
The top card in the discard pile, the top card from the reserve or the top card from any wing may be moved to a foundation if it is the next highest card of the same suit or an ace placed on top of a King of the same suit.
When there are no more cards in a wing, the top card from the reserve is moved to it.
The top card in the discard pile may be moved to a wing if it is the next lowest card of the same suit and the wing is currently made up of no more than 2 cards..
The top card in the reserve at the beginning of play was the Queen of Clubs and so all foundations are being build from the Queen to the Jack.
The next move would be to place the King of Clubs from the top of the reserve onto the Queen of Clubs in the foundations.
Note that the Four of Clubs cannot be placed on the Five of Clubs as that wing already contains the maximum three cards.
Note: These rules are for the game Eagle Wing as implemented by RikkiGame's "Solitaire Suite". Other rules for variations of this game may exist.