Saturday, August 6, 2011

And Finally... - When I first developed the concept of the army of St. Maurice, there of course was a need to make a determination regarding the balance of forces. I had remembered reading somewhere that the Grants, in the establishment of their WARGAME, created a pair of antagonists numbering some 1000 infantry, 250 cavalry and 10 or 12 artillery pieces with support troops as necessary. I set out to create my army using roughly the same percentages.


What you see here is the final cavalry regiment from the original mid-1970s plan. This is The Royal Musketeers (or The Princess Maria's Own Regiment of Horse). These are yet another amalgamation of manufacturers; the troopers being Front Rank miniatures while the horses remain the ubiquitous Stadden standing horse. I really love those big nags.

3 comments:

Bluebear Jeff said...

Looking good, sir. And you are not alone in liking the Stadden horses.


-- Jeff

abdul666 said...

Proud and glamorous they look, as befits a regiment with such high god-mother!

tidders said...

Nice looking regiment. Have enjoyed the recent battle reports.

-- Allan