Another unit for the Hundred Years War collection, this time a break from men at arms that have featured so much of late and out with a unit of pavisiers and crossbow.
All the figures are from Perry Miniatures Agincourt to Orleans plastic sets with the majority coming from the AO 50 Agincourt French Infantry 1415-29 set but many components from the others
The shield transfers are from LBMS, but as I found when I painted the last lot of Pavisers these transfers are not for the plastic figures so you'll notice where I painted in around the edges.
The design represents troops from the city of Soissons although after what the French did to the city after recapturing it from the Burgundian's in 1414 I doubt that the citizens would be overly committed to the Valois cause.
The figures are mounted on 20mm Renedra rounds and then magnetised into a custom tray ordered from Warbases.
These are the last of the Perry Miniatures that I had in my backlog and now standing at 30 units completed (25 foot and 5 mounted) along with spare figures, commanders, civilians and casualty markers all painted the project may be considered complete, but I am enjoying these a lot and cannot stop, so purchased some metal commanders to get painted up for both factions.
The French rather outnumber the English too 17 units to 13 units and although there should be a disparity I think that I likely should add at least a few more units of bowmen to the collection.