Off the painting desk today is the second Battle in my fledgling WotR project. This time, it is Henry Percy's Battle. Like William Stanley's Battle before it, this force musters in at 52 figures in three lines. Fifty-two figures is a lot for me to tackle in one tranche. The 24 archers seem to take forever. Figures are Perry Miniatures' 28mm plastics.
Remote gaming continues with great regularity but not all battles have generated their own battle report here. Some of the recent games without my full accounting are:
|Knights of the Sky|
To round out this update, I am working on a scenario for the continuing AWI battles using Rebels and Patriots as Matt and I fight our way through the war. Likely up next will be a recreation of a portion of the Battle for Long Island where Grant attacks Alexander (Lord Stirling) along the Gowanus Road. The Americans will once again be on the defense but, for the first time, the Gowanus Road action will see the Americans outnumbered in open battle. I envision Long Island battle being divided into three actions.