The French HYW
General - Robert, Count of Marle
Waleran de Raneval - Noble
Two units of 6 knights.
Two units of 17 crossbowmen.
The Earl of Oxford and Sir John Cheyney.
Two units of 10 Knights, dismounted.
Two units of 17 Veteran archers each.
Both armies were 1000 pts.
|The French deployed for battle. Crossbowmen on the flanks, knights in the center.|
|The English: Archers, knights, archers, knights.|
|The whole battlefield, dice and all. In the lower right is my shiny new ruler...the old one was used so much the numbers were starting to wear off!|
|The bellicose English march forward on their first turn.|
|KeeRUNCH! French knights crash unto unarmoured archers.|
|The archers run away, considering new careers in turnip farming.|
|The other archers fared no better. The english knights turn around to confront their enemies.|
|The near english unit failed their charge, and brace themselves in defence. The English in the distance take the fight to their enemies with a triumphant hurrah!|
|Unfortunately the English have no luck against their mounted opponents. Henry V fights Robert in heroic combat and scores two wounds, but it is all for nought as the French gang up on the lonely remaining unit.|