|Condottieri (Armoured Lancers)|
There was minimal damage caused by the fall from the 'top shelf' (some 8 feet !), a lot of bent pikes and spears and some damaged paintwork (not that anyone will notice with my painting skills) and I think that at least two pieces have also gone awol !
|Mounted Crossbowmen (light horse)|
|The Forlorn hope (Skirmish Infantry)|
I think there were seven or eight players and all the figures purchased were from Irregular Miniatures from whom we got an excellent deal and service, with army packs configures specially for the armies in question.
If you want to see some beautifully painted 6mms from this period go to the link above and drool !
|More dead men walking|
|Landesneckt foot (Arquebusiers)|
|More mixed foot (mostly useless)|
|There quite a lot of them|
|For 6mm figures the detail is quite staggering imo|
|The pike, a bit worse-off than most from the fall|
|The Landesneckt pike|
|An artillery battery|
|More Artillery (Largely ineffective)|
|I probably had too much artillery !|
|A Carroccio (a religious Wagon and immediately re-named a Karaoke)|
|A siege piece (never used iirc)|
|This and the battering ram below, were, I think not Irregular minis|
|Battering ram (possibly Games Foundry)|
|The whole force|
So yet another Forgotten Army, but one that I'm sure saw action, maybe two or three times.
The Campaign saw a huge battle with about five armies on each side, but I can't recollect the result.
That's it then for yet another week wherein I haven;t managed to do anything other than hospital and clinic visits and not one iota of hobby related work save for writing this blog !
Thanks for taking the time to visit and yes, I'm still behind on trying to catch up on blogs !