Part of the table looking along the Yorkist line on the ridge.
The Yorkist left flank is anchored beside a walled field. The Lancastrians are advancing all along the line.
On the other flank, Richards mounted knights face off against Henry's mounted knights, however, the latter also has a unit of light horse backing him up.
Looking along at the Lancastrian troops advancing.
Some shots from troop eye level taken from the Lancastrian lines.
The Yorkists hold a ridge line in the centre.
Lancastrian foot knights and archers advance.
A Lancastrian captain encourages his men forward.
Yorkist archers let fly a volley of arrows.
All the photographs were taken at the end of turn two and it is proving to be a very enjoyable game. I have made some errors in placement of troops that meant some dice were wasted, so a learning curve too. The game certainly punishes a poor commander! Does it give the flavour of the period? I certainly think so, and it really does make you think all the time. I am playing solo but even in a two player game, the reactive player cannot just sit back and relax whilst his opponent moves. No periods of inactivity for either player in this rule set!
Well, I am off to play a few more turns, I will of course give a full account in a later post, with lots of photographs too.