The Prince of Wales at Crecy, painted by Artmaster Studio.
This line represents the armies which fought in the earliest great battle of the Hundred Years War, the Battle of Crecy in 1346AD, which won for England the reputation as a great military power -- in fact the dominant such power in Western Europe. That battle hardly needs to be recounted here.
Every effort has been made to assure that the men are dressed and equipped as would be the case in the beginning of the war, before the hounskull and other mid-late 14th century styles were introduced. English knights are described as deploying on foot with their lances cut down and this has been portrayed as well; they also have their knightly swords of course to meet the designation as "Blades" or being armed with "Heavy Weapons."
This line is part of our expanding range of models "Circa 1350" for the mid 14th century, and indeed our Early Swiss can be used in conjunction with these, as German or Low Countries troops.
Sculpted by "whiff waff." The models were painted by Artmaster Studio.
Any flags shown are not included. They are free online flags, made by Rune Kramer, and available here.