|The Gentlemen Pensioners|
(and other large battles).
Translating their 15mm basing for our 28mm collections, we have two stand Cavalry units and three-stand Foot units (one pike & two shot).
Due to the nature of our collections AND the dearth of knowledge about many units, we have had to substitute units we have in quite a few instances. I have tried to be as correct as I could but there are instances where nothing is known.
Following are photos of my Royalist pike & shot units for Edgehill. The rules that we are using include a scenario built on the "five brigade" model (as opposed to the nine brigade model). As always, click on photos for a larger image (and open in separate window by double-clicking for largest image):
As for the Cavalry, other than the Gentlemen Pensioners (pictured at top of page) who were in reserve and didn't do anything, they were formed up on the left and right:
|Left Wing Cavalry|
|Right Wing Cavalry|
I have a bunch of figures I will temporarily use for dismounted Dragoons if I don't have time to get the real ones painted but I've not taken photos of them; nor of my Artillery . . . and of course, my Generals and Brigadiers are still on painting sticks.
By the way, so far the leading contender for our smaller action ECW games is "Warr Without an Enemie" . . . but we are still open to other suggestions.