The Wars of the Roses
Back in 2009, I started to collect two armies for the wars of the roses, I decided to go for 6mm Baccus figures, and ended up with quite a few. At around the same time i got involved with "The rather large Towton Project". So I painted up a fair amount of figures for that too. Here's a link to the rather large Towton project blog - http://towton-2011.blogspot.com/
The armies were based up for Impetus, but work equally well in DBA, using 25mm ground-scale I have enough troops to play either a big old game of Impetus or BBDBA.
The Yorkist army, a total of 36 bases, with 36 figures per base......Not including commanders and the camp...
Lord Stanley's Command... treacherous git....
The Earl of Warwick, the king-maker, and his brother, the Bastard of Fauconberg.
Salisbury, the Kingmakers father, and his other son, the Marquis of Montague.
The Lancastrian Army, again 36 bases, and a camp.
The Earl of Oxford, with the notorious Lord Clifford, "the Butcher".
Exeter, with Lord Buckingham among others....
Northumberland, accompanied by the Marcher lord, Lord Abergavenny.
A couple of geeky gamers getting strange looks from the artillery crews.....
Here's the map of ye olde England that I made for the pretender campaign.
Its just a small cork notice board, with the map painted on. I printed off some place names, and glued them on.
To represent the armies, I used spare banners, glued to pins, that can be moved about the board....
The Pretender campaign can be found in Extra Impetus 3.
This is definitely a project that is FINISHED!
Or is it?