In the front rank are 7 single leader figs, 4 single banner bearers and a general stand for King Edward III. One of the leaders is Edward Prince of Wales, the Black Prince. (most need flocking)
- The left-most column is 12 stands of dismounted hobilars (need flocking).
- The next two columns are 24 longbows (9 are complete, the rest need flocking).In the center are 17 Scots spearmen (need flocking).
- Behind the Scots are 10 stands of Welsh longbowmen (bases need painting and flocking).
- To the right of the Scots are 15 foot men at arms including general stands for the Black Prince (on foot), Warwick and Salisbury (need flocking).
- On the right are 4 stands mounted men at arms.
In the far background and far right distance are some allied troops:
- 3 German mounted men at arms plus a single leader figure (need flocking).
- 8 spearmen in 2 blocks of 4 each (done). These are Scots figures but have shorter spears and were painted in 2 uniform blocks to represent mercenaries from wherever, or just generic spearmen.
- Behind the pavises in the back are 8 stands of crossbows. These are representatives of a mass of crossbowmen from the "Liegnitz - Mongols in Europe" range that look so generic they tend to stand in as crossbowmen from whatever period I need. For later periods, Wars of the Roses crossbowmen serve the same purpose. I have not bothered to get crossbowmen from this specific period, and may or may not at some future point. Not a priority...
One last picture - what the other half of my table looks like a the moment, backdrop removed. This is why I need a backdrop for pictures...