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PanzerKaput Goes To Barons’ War

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About the Project

Set against a backdrop of a Civil War that lasted for two years, 1215-17, as a result of the issuing of Magna Carta. A civil war was the perfect opportunity for the leading nobles of the time to grab land and power while settling some old scores along the way. This vying for land and power hadn't stopped since the invasion of 1066 with only the strongest of kings being able to keep their nobles in check. Our narrative focuses on small groups of warriors brought together under a lord or baron to raid and steal or defend land and property. With the strong, wise, cunning and lucky aiming to rise out of this civil strife in a better position than when it started. The Barons' War skirmish game has been written to enable players to fight out tabletop battles against the backdrop of the First Barons’ War between rival Barons or rival factions who find themselves on either side of the conflict. The game is historically themed, the gameplay is fast-paced and tactical with plenty of narrative and where force building presents you with lots of options enabling two players to muster very different retinues. However, as intended, this is an alpha set of rules which does not include rules for siege warfare, although rules for fighting in buildings are included. Campaign rules are something that will be addressed at a later date and released online. Having grown out of the Barons’ War Kickstarter project, the intention is for this ruleset to develop into a system that could be used throughout the Medieval period. Starting with England from when the Western Roman Empire withdrew around 410 AD to 1485 AD when Richard III died at the Battle of Bosworth Field. This presents us with a huge span of history for gaming which can be broadly divided into Romano-British, Anglo-Saxon and Viking, Anglo-Norman, Angevin and Plantagenet. And that’s just when looking at it from Great Britain. With warriors of this period being pretty similar, it would be easy to use the profiles in this rulebook to play out tabletop battles in any setting. Over time we see these rules evolving with additional warriors, characters, abilities and scenarios being added starting with the Dark Ages, the Anarchy and the Crusades and shared to www.warhost.online, which has been set up to be the community website for the game.

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Preventing Another Greek Tragedy

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A few years ago I had an awful accident a couple of years ago where my entire Greek armies for Mortal Gods, Greeks, Athenians and Spartans came crashing to the floor and scattered into a million pieces. Okay that might be a little bit of an exaggeration but it felt like it at the time. I was very lucky and I didnt lose a single piece and managed to collect them all, put them away in a box, cried a little and year or so later I repaired and repainted them. But lesson learnt.

So I looked into a better way of carried my miniatures, that wasnt foam carrying cases, dont get me wrong I like them and have a ton of them but they are a bugger to store and I personally do not think they offer that much protection. So I had a look at different ways of storing me figures and also for carrying them and sure a few people use Really Useful Boxes and thought that I will give them a go.

I also remembered that Warbases, that wonderful Indie of the Week, did some inserts designed for 9ltr RUB boxes and I got a couple of these to see what they are like. They come in two types either full size insert, designed to fit the whole footprint or half size one and I opted for the half size ones as it meant I can swap them out and around as needed.

They also have tray liners too which though are not needed are useful and stop your figures moving about.

So I tried them out bring my Baron’s War figures to my first game and was impressed with them as they survival the journey there and back intact with no casualties but a couple did pop out loose, so I thought to getting a better system of fitting them in without the chance of bouncing about so I actually went back to the old solution I had used with my Greeks and putting magnetic sheets and magnet to them.

So I have a look around and found the magnetic sheets, .5mm in A4 size from the Magnet Shop and glued them to the base of the inserts and then placed the tray liners on top. I then cut some magnetic sheets and glued them to the bas of the miniatures and these held them but magnet to magnet is not as strong as I hoped and you really have to align the magnets up so the miniatures can really only on in one way.

But after having a discussion with some guys, including the Discord channel and @avernos and they stated that metal sheets is the best way. But it was but as easy of that with metal sheets as it has to be a ferrous metal, so steel or iron and if it is steel is cannot be stainless steel as that’s non magnetic. Trying to find metal, steel, sheeting thats about .2 to .5mm thick, that doesnt cost the earth is difficult to say the least but the Great Heathen Prince came up trumps again, as he always does, and suggested flexible fabric steel, which I also got from the Magnet Shop. God how I wished I had looked around the site first, lol.

Now I know I could of used washers and two pence pieces but I had based all my miniatures and didnt want to rebase them again and didnt just want to stick washers to the bases as it raises them and breaks the aesthetics of the miniatures have a very thick base. So the flexible fabric steel, which is non magnetic but great for sticking to magnetic sheets as the way to go for me.

Another Medieval Film

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Another Medieval Film

New Scenery in the shape of a High Cross and a Bee Hive

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Robin Hood and his Merrymen.Robin Hood and his Merrymen.

I have added a couple of new terrain piece to me scenery box for my Barons’ War games in the shape of a high cross and a bee hive. Both pieces are from the latest Barons’ War Kickstarter 3 and are STL files which my good friend printed for me. I have to say they came out very nicely and very clearly and where a dream to paint.

I went with a simple stone paint done on the high cross and wanted it to have that sandy stone look and feel to it which I think I achieved.

The Bee Hive on the table is lovely and I didnt notice until I was painting it that there was little bees in the hive and the table. The table I followed the Gerry Can on new wood and painted the have in a rope colour as that was medieval bee hives, rope or rather straw. Again I think I have done a nice job on it and put it on a base so it can be used as an objective.

The Video of the Battle of Humerstane

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A short Video of the Battle of Humerstance and battle report for The Barons’ War: A Medieval Skirmish Game​

Miniatures from Footsore Miniatures & Games​

Mat from Geek Villain Ltd​

Trees from The Last Valley​

The Battle of Humerstane and Loosing of the Portuaire Cornish Beer from Helles

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The Battle of HumerstaneThe Battle of Humerstane

The sun rose over the village of Humerstane in Leicester where the local Knight, Sir Guillaume le Lion raced with his retinue on that morning to defend the village from the raiding intentions of Baron Lee of Upton. The village was strangely empty as the villagers who were not with Guillaume, had left to hide in the woods surrounding Humerstane with their livestock and goods, as the two retinues reached the edges of the villages.

The forces of Baron Lee of Upton arranged his forces in the ploughed fields to the north of the village while Guillaume le Lion has setup in the village to the south. Baron Lee’s horse took the central position in his retinue with the sun glinting off both the lances and the mail of their coats. His Mounted Sergeants he placed on his right with his bowmen in the centre to support his Foot Sergeants and the Milites Christi of Upton Abbey arranged on the left to cross the wheat fields and liberate Humerstane’s church of St Mary’s.

Guillaume had set up with his forces in a defence position in and around the village. Guillaume on foot set in the centre of the village with his banner raised, surrounded by his personal retinue of favoured knights and his priest. By the church of St Mary to the right of Guillaume are the local levy, the fighting men of the village with the local spearmen to support both the levy and the lord. To the left of Guillaume where more knights on foot with their two-handed weapons, the lord’s sergeants and crossbowmen took the far wing position to provide missile protection. However, being in the village and the woods on the left of the village, made it not the best place to fight.

Baron Lee of Upton took the initiative and sent his Milites Christi of Upton Abbey into the field to take the church where his bowmen loosed their arrows into the spearmen. In the meantime the Foot Sergeant, with Baron Lee’s sub commander, Rufus De Ville, behind them, advanced into where the crossbowmen of Guillaume le Lion loosed bolt into them and the foot knights advanced to battle them. The Levy marched to check the movement of the Milites Christi by advancing to meet them at the edge of the wheatfield as the Milites Christi emerge from them.

Arrows flew around the Spearmen but somehow only one of them fell to them and the Baron Lee’s Sergeant somehow stood up to the hail of bolts from the crossbowmen with their shields protecting them. These Sergeant, after withstanding the hail of bolts, charged into Guillaume knights with their two-handed weapons but they largely encountered each other out. But the Knight launched a counter attack bringing their large weapon to bare but again the shields of the sergeants saved them again.

Meanwhile, the truth slowly revealed itself as to why both force’s clashes knowing each other’s dispositions and where they would be as the traitors on both sides slowly relieved themselves. Upon seeing that the knight Rufus De Ville was with Baron Upton’s forces, breaking his terms of release, Guillaume ordered that he should be killed for a being a traitor for selling the secrets to the Baron. Also, Baron Lee of Upton spied a knight, Jacque de Greaslis, within the ranks of Guillaume le Lion’s retinue leading Guillaume’s foot sergeants and he declared a price on the head of the turncoat within their ranks. Traitors within the ranks of both sides clashing with new vigour.

The Milites Christi of Upton Abbey rushed out of the wheatfields straight into the ranks of Guillaume’s Levy and caused many injuries and deaths on the Levy who backed off from force of the change, and at the same time Baron Lee of Upton clashed in to Guillaume and his retinue with their lances. Guillaume and his knight stood their ground against the shock of the change and formed a defensive formation but did suffer a death of a knight from Sir Ambu of Lance, his vert and or colours on his caparison flowing as the horse charged. Guillaume and his men attacked back and nearly felled a rider but pulled but from the engagement. But Baron Lee pressed home the attack further and slowly whittled down Guillaume’s Retinue and the weight of horse took its toll.

Baron Lee’s foot sergeants and Guillaume’s foot knights continued to clash and fight themselves to a standstill with very little to show for it, with neither side getting the upper hand. Milites Christi carried on with their attack against the levys of Guillaume and the levy slowly started to give ground and fall back on weight of God’s word and the Milites Christi clubs.

However, in the centre of the battlefield, Baron Lee of Upton continued his attack with Sir Ambu of Lance and his retinue against Sir Guillaume le Lion and his men. Guillaume’s men fought bravely but the weigh of numbers slowly reduced Guillaume’s retinue until he was left on his own standing. At this point, and with the swords of Baron Lee’s men bearing down on his, Guillaume yielded and was captured. The rest of Guillaume’s force ran away and left the village of Humerstane to Baron Lee and his men. This meant that Sir Guillaume le Lion’s store of his fine Portuaire Cornish Beer from Helles was captured.

The two traitors lived and the feud between them and their lords continue but under the conditions of Sir Guillaume le Lion’s release, beside the ransom being paid, was that the death sentences issued to the traitors be rescinded, but we will see how long that will last for.

Another Bloody Video

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Fogou Models buildings from the Dun, Dun Kickstarter being used as a  Farmstead and some ruins for the Barons War.

These are truly beautiful models and amazingly details, plus there are a dream to paint especially following the Gerry Can tutorials on stone and wood.

 

Some Fogou Ruins

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Ruins and a OvenRuins and a Oven
Robin Hood and his Merrymen hiding in the RuinsRobin Hood and his Merrymen hiding in the Ruins

I have also worked on some ruins buildings, walls from Fogou Models and I have to say like the farmstead these are beautiful sculpts, amazingly details and a dream to paint. I love Fogou models as they are so full of character and a delight to paint.

Again I have used the tried and tested Gerry Can rock method and I am love it as I have put my own twist with painting some of the stones before adding the pigments/soft chalks.

Another Towering Film

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Can you guess?Can you guess?

Some Terrain from Fogou, A Village

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The Village of HumberstanThe Village of Humberstan

I have been using these beautiful buildings from Fogou Models from their Historical range as a wonderful, ancient farmstead for the Barons’ War times. These building are so lovely casted and amazingly details that painting them has been a dream, they really paint themselves. I’ve really enjoyed painting these and have used a couple of techniques that Gerry shows on his Gerry Cans, cheers there.

The mat is from Geek Villain Ltd and the trees from The Last Valley.

How to Build a Fortified Manor

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How to Build a Fortified Manor

This is a fortified manor house from Sarissa for there Early Medieval/ Dark Age range where the castle is basically a wood and plaster construction but I have taken this to “update” it to something more of a more modern affair.

Sarissa do some amazing stencils to be used with airbrushes, paints and for using a wood filler and PVA mix to be smoothed through them. Thats what I did with the wood filler/PVA mix, a drop of water and a palette knife/cake smoothing knife and put the stencil down and smoothed the mixture through the stencil. It is quite quick and it makes a flat MDF building into a textured surface and it looks rather lovely once primed and painted.

Sarissa Precision Limited https://sarissa-precision.com/

New Film Cover

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I wonder which film it is?I wonder which film it is?

Gallery Video, Part 2

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The Second Part of my The Barons’ War: A Medieval Skirmish Game​ collection from Footsore Miniatures & Games​

Gallery Video, Part 1

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The first part of my The Barons’ War: A Medieval Skirmish Game miniatures from Footsore Miniatures & Games. This covers both the First Kickstarter and the Second Kickstarter all fully paint before BW3 drops. I have loved painting these and researching into the Barons’ War.
Battle mat from Geek Villain Ltd

Test Video Gallery

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Test Photo Gallery of my The Barons’ War: A Medieval Skirmish Game with miniatures from Footsore Miniatures & Games

My Second Video

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This is the second real attempt at trying to make a video and I am, hopefully, improving.

A Bonus Track

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My Completed, Fully Painted Miniatures, until BW3 Comes

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The Full CollectionThe Full Collection

I have fully finished my entire Barons’ War Collection, that is until BW3 kickstarter or I need some more monks, slingers, archers, etc, but I am chuffed to bit to have a completed, well more than a completed force done.

I might of have gone a little overboard and for a game where the average size force is 1000 points I have somewhere in the region of 3500 points. As they say you need options, in my case, lots of options, lol. But saying that it is all of the figures from BW1 and BW2 kickstarter and I collected the range as a project to paint and build my force from that rather than build my force and choice my models I want.

By the way I still want to get my Trebuchet and crew as an objective marker and actually I want to make some objective markers anyway.

Charge!Charge!

Here is my fully list painted by Units.

Mounted Knights Unit 1

226 points – 7 warriors
1x Mounted Lord Regular
Equipped
Sword, Mail, Medium Shield, Barded Horse
Abilities
Chivalry, Live By The Sword, Commander, Inspire

6x Mounted Knights Regular

Equipped
Sword, Lance, Mail, Medium Shield, Barded Horse
Abilities
Chivalry, Live By The Sword

Mounted Knights Unit 2

239 points – 8 warriors
1x Mounted Baron Regular
Equipped
Sword, Mail, Medium Shield, Barded Horse
Abilities
Chivalry, Live By The Sword, Commander, Inspire

7x Mounted Knights Regular
Equipped
Sword, Mail, Medium Shield, Barded Horse
Abilities
Chivalry, Live By The Sword

Mounted Knights Unit 3

212 points – 7 warriors
1x Mounted Baron Regular
Equipped
Sword, Mail, Medium Shield, Barded Horse
Abilities
Chivalry, Live By The Sword, Commander, Inspire

6x Mounted Knights Regular
Equipped
Sword, Mail, Medium Shield, Barded Horse
Abilities
Chivalry, Live By The Sword

Mounted Knights Unit 4

164 points – 6 warriors
1x Lord Regular
Equipped
Sword, Mail, Medium Shield, Pennant
Abilities
Chivalry, Live By The Sword, Commander, Inspire

5x Foot Knights Regular
Equipped
Two Handed Weapon, Mail, Medium Shield
Abilities
Chivalry, Live By The Sword

Foot Knights Unit 1

164 points – 6 warriors
1x Lord Regular
Equipped
Sword, Mail, Medium Shield, Pennant
Abilities
Chivalry, Live By The Sword, Commander, Inspire

5x Foot Knights Regular
Equipped
Two Handed Weapon, Mail, Medium Shield
Abilities
Chivalry, Live By The Sword

Foot Knights Unit 2

164 points – 6 warriors
1x Lord Regular
Equipped
Sword, Mail, Medium Shield, Pennant
Abilities
Chivalry, Live By The Sword, Commander, Inspire

5x Foot Knights Regular
Equipped
Two Handed Weapon, Mail, Medium Shield
Abilities
Chivalry, Live By The Sword

Foot Knights Unit 3

233 points – 8 warriors
1x Baron Regular
Equipped
Sword, Mail, Medium Shield, Bannerman, Musician, Priest
Abilities
Chivalry, Live By The Sword, Commander, Inspire

7x Foot Knights Regular
Equipped
Sword, Mail, Medium Shield
Abilities
Chivalry, Live By The Sword

Foot Knights Unit 4

233 points – 8 warriors
1x Baron Regular
Equipped
Sword, Mail, Medium Shield, Bannerman, Musician, Priest
Abilities
Chivalry, Live By The Sword, Commander, Inspire

7x Foot Knights Regular
Equipped
Sword, Mail, Medium Shield
Abilities
Chivalry, Live By The Sword

Foot Knights Unit 5

96 points – 4 warriors
4x Foot Knights Regular
Equipped
Sword, Mail, Medium Shield
Abilities
Chivalry, Live By The Sword

Foot Knights Unit 6

120 points – 5 warriors
5x Foot Knights Regular
Equipped
Sword, Mail, Medium Shield
Abilities
Chivalry, Live By The Sword

Foot Knights Unit 7

168 points – 6 warriors
1x Lord Regular
Equipped
Mace, Mail, Medium Shield, Pennant, Priest
Abilities
Chivalry, Live By The Sword, Commander, Inspire

5x Foot Knights Regular
Equipped
Sword, Mail, Medium Shield
Abilities
Chivalry, Live By The Sword

Mounted Sergeants Unit 1

96 points – 4 warriors
4x Mounted Sergeants Regular
Equipped
Spear, Mail, Medium Shield, Horse
Abilities
Martial Respect

Mounted Sergeants Unit 2

100 points – 4 warriors
4x Mounted Sergeants Regular
Equipped
Sword, Padded, Medium Shield, Horse
Abilities
Martial Respect

Foot Sergeants Unit 1

148 points – 6 warriors
1x Veteran Sergeant Regular
Equipped
Bill, Mail, Medium Shield, Pennant
Abilities
Martial Respect, Commander, Inspire

5x Foot Sergeants Regular
Equipped
Spear, Mail, Medium Shield
Abilities
Martial Respect

Foot Sergeants Unit 2

158 points – 6 warriors
1x Veteran Sergeant Regular
Equipped
Falchion, Mail, Medium Shield, Pennant
Abilities
Martial Respect, Commander, Inspire

5x Foot Sergeants Regular
Equipped
Sword, Mail, Medium Shield
Abilities
Martial Respect

Militant Monks Unit 1

72 points – 4 warriors
4x Militant Monks Regular
Equipped
Two Handed Weapon
Abilities
God Protects

Militant Monks Unit 2

108 points – 5 warriors
1x Lord Regular
Equipped
Mace, Mail, Medium Shield
Abilities
Chivalry, Live By The Sword, Commander, Inspire

4x Militant Monks Regular
Equipped
Hand Weapon, Medium Shield
Abilities
God Protects

Militant Monks Unit 3

48 points – 4 warriors
4x Militant Monks Green
Equipped
Spear, Small Shield
Abilities
God Protects

Bowmen Unit 1

36 points – 4 warriors
4x Bowmen Green
Equipped
Bow
Abilities

Bowmen Unit 2

68 points – 4 warriors
4x Bowmen Regular
Equipped
Bow, Padded
Abilities
Every Bloody Sunday

Bowmen Unit 3

102 points – 6 warriors
6x Bowmen Regular
Equipped
Bow, Padded
Abilities
Every Bloody Sunday

Crossbowmen Unit 1

66 points – 6 warriors
6x Crossbowmen Green
Equipped
Crossbow
Abilities

Crossbowmen Unit 2

108 points – 6 warriors
6x Crossbowmen Regular
Equipped
Crossbow, Padded
Abilities

Levy Unit 1

40 points – 4 warriors
4x Levy Green
Equipped
Improvised Two Handed Weapon
Abilities
Sorry M Lord

Levy Unit 2

50 points – 5 warriors
5x Levy Green
Equipped
Spear
Abilities
Sorry M Lord

Levy Unit 3

27 points – 3 warriors
3x Levy Green
Equipped
Hand Weapon
Abilities
Sorry M Lord

Spearmen Unit 1

36 points – 4 warriors
4x Spearmen Green
Equipped
Spear
Abilities

Spearmen Unit 2

68 points – 4 warriors
4x Spearmen Regular
Equipped
Spear, Padded
Abilities
Brace

Spearmen Unit 3

131 points – 6 warriors
1x Veteran Sergeant Regular
Equipped
Spear, Mail, Medium Shield, Pennant
Abilities
Martial Respect, Commander, Inspire

5x Spearmen Regular
Equipped
Spear, Mail
Abilities
Brace

We StandWe Stand

Kickstarter Coming Soon for the Medieval Welsh. Can be used for Saga too

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Kickstarter Coming Soon for the Medieval Welsh. Can be used for Saga too

LATE AUGUST: MEDIEVAL WELSH KICKSTARTER

Footsore Miniatures and Games have been working on a brand new range of Medieval Welsh with sculptor Matthew Bickley. This range is extensive, which is why Footsore have decided to ask for help via Kickstarter to deliver it. Footsore are hoping that with your support, they we will be able to add more packs during the campaign, which goes live at the end of this month!

Keep an eye out for more information, we have a lot to share in the coming weeks!

Early Medieval = The Dark Ages so they are perfect for Saga too!

 

My Full Painted Barons' War

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My Completed Barons WarMy Completed Barons War

I have finished painting all my Barons’ War figures from the first and second kickstarters as will as all the special characters and other add ons that are sold via Footsore too. I have to say it does look like a lot of figures and I guess it is with everyone individually painted but now i am at a loss what to do, but i am sure I will find something.

I only got to wait a month for the third kickstarter to land and then I can paint more.

My Full Painted Barons' War
My Full Painted Barons' War
My Full Painted Barons' War
My Full Painted Barons' War

O Worthy Man of English Blood - Character Set

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O Worthy Man of English Blood - Character SetO Worthy Man of English Blood - Character Set

“When the French occupied the Kentish weald, their troops did great harm to the local people and their possessions. William of Cassingham and his band of archers repaid the French in kind. Patrols set off into the woods, never to be seen again. Supply convoys were ambushed, and sentries shot at their posts. When the French king heard of this partisan raising hell in “his” country, he dispatched one of his most able servants, Thomas, Count of Perche to put an end to the English menace.”
A fictional excerpt from Roger of Wendover’s chronicle, describing the exploits of English partisan William of Cassingham.

Thomas, Count of Perche

Born to Geoffrey III and Mathilda of Saxony, Thomas grew up in the care of his step-father, Enguerrand III Lord of Coucy. Eager to prove himself, he fought with the French army at Bouvines, where his retinue of militiamen fought in the army’s left wing. Having won his spurs on the battlefield, the Count joined Louis’ expedition to England in 1216.

When John died, and the French elected to continue the struggle against the English barons, Thomas found himself embattled around the town of Lincoln, as fitting a knight of his stature he was offered quarter which he declined and fought on to the death. Thomas, Count of Perche’s body was found in the aftermath stabbed through the eyes of his visor, when William Marshal the leader of the Royalist forces heard this he wept. The death of such a high-profile noble in battle shocked both sides.

William of Cassingham

William of Cassingham, nicknamed Willikin of the Weald by chroniclers, was a country squire who took up arms to oppose the French invasion. Reportedly, his army of guerrillas numbered in the thousands, and wreaked havoc on the enemy in the Kentish Weald. His travels to John’s base of operations in Nottingham castle may have permanently associated bow-wielding outlaws with the area, giving rise to the legend of Robin Hood in later centuries.

At the end of the war, due to his loyalty to the crown, William was granted a handsome pension and made Warden of the Weald and Sergeant of the Peace by King Henry, a post he held until his death.

I have painted the Knight character, Thomas, Count of Perche, different to the way to the way it was meant to be but have painted, William of Cassingham, the true Robin Hood, the way he should be.

O Worthy Man of English Blood - Character SetO Worthy Man of English Blood - Character Set

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