The original stands (HERE
) were ok, but there was too many light cavalry types so...
Sir Niel Campbell
The "light" cavalry types mostly removed apart from two and some kniggits added. The Bases, which I didn´t like the look of anyway, remade, still using the Impetus sizing guidlines, three small stands side- by - side make one complete frontage. All the possible Scottish Lords etc that were at Bannockburn aren´t represented, I could (theoretically) add a few more, Graham, Gordon, and Boyd for example but the Situation is way better than before.
(Niall mac Cailein )
John de Cameron
- Clan Chief VII
Alexander de Seton
who was with the english on the 1st day of the battle but crossed during the night and joined Robert´s Forces.
of touchfraser and cowie, Sheriff of Stirling.
The lack of Strelets nags with a caparison is leading to drastic measures, Cameron, Seton
all have converted nags. More on that later.
For those interested in medieval art, then Matthew Ryan´s Site
is well worth a visit. Stunningly well detailed drawings of medieval soldiery