HobbitMiles wrote:The name "harquebusier" was used in a different context in Britiain during the ECW - it was used for what you probably think of as the stereotypical Parliamentarian heavy cavalry with back, breast, pot, probably a buff coat and armed with pistols and sword. This level of equipment was, of course, also what Royalists aspired to. Ironically the "harquebus" itself wasn't that commonly issued to such troops.
What I do think these figures would represent well is poorer quality, locally raised troops that would be used for raiding and skirmishing out of small garrison posts and could be drawn out to join and support larger field armies operating in the area or they could be mixed in with better equipped figures to represent servants supporting their masters.
jazbo wrote:Did the horses in your pack fit together ok? In my starter army I have found that there is a big gap on the right hand side of the horse at the base of the neck which has required filling. Is it just me?
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