Earl of Oxford
16 Dismounted knights
24 Archers with stakes
23 Archers with stakes
Three units of 10 crossbowmen each
|View from the English left flank.|
|From the English right flank|
|French knights struggle to force their mounts through the river,|
under a hail of arrows.
|Different French knights form three wide to make a fast march|
across the bridge. Many causalties taken from English archery.
|French knights crash into English archers.|
|More knights vs. Archers.|
|French crossbowmen sneak along away from the action,|
hoping to eventually claim a table quarter.
|Both units of archers are broken and run down, leaving only the English|
knights in the center.
|Turning left, the english charge the French who just returned from|
pursuing off table - they flee rather than get charged in the flank, and
easily rally next turn.
|The other French knights charge the English in the rear, breaking, pursuing|
and trampling them into the dirt. Game over turn 5, huge French victory.