This is incredible!! I didn't know Bernd was out of town, thanks for the heads up! That city looks simply awesome. And the camp with all the tents is a great touch. Now that COVID is over are you getting excited to take this out and get in some games with it?? (For that matter, how is COVID in Germany? Here in the US we are opening back up rapidly; no more masks in California...)
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Still waiting on my ACW printed stripes, so i exploit the time and finished the raw draft of the second scenario board "Agincourt"-
The french (top) are complete, but for the english setup i used the "Men-at-Arms" bases, until i get the longbow prints.
And here are only 14 bases of "longbows", the final setup will have 21 bases and a complete frontline of "stakes".
View from english side
Same again a little bit closer
And a view from french side
I understand that Agincourt was an infantry battle on both sides - the French did intend to use 1,200 mounted knights to operate on the wings, but the English advance caught the French off guard and their charge was only using around half the planned strength.
The Van and Main battles advanced on foot across ploughed common fields - likely to be rig and furrow, as well as slick from recent rains - which even if relatively dry on the ridges would be sodden in the furrows between lands.