King James II (VII of Scotland) in pensive mood.
Comte de Lauzun commander of French troops in Ireland.
Irish officer from the Kings Guard.
Individually these figures are superb but it's when you combine them into vignettes
with some nice basing that they really come to life.
I think this vignette sums up James' trouble,
he was surrounded by 'advisors' all offering differing advice
and he couldn't make up his mind what to do.
I'm sure a couple of near misses like these might sharpen up his ideas.
This base is the first of Colonel Simon Luttrell's Irish dragoons defending a forward position.
Simon Luttrell and Lauzun will probably stay well apart following a fight between the two of them
at a Congress meeting in Dublin, Luttrell was the Governer of Dublin at the time
and had his ears boxed for disagreeing with the Frenchman.
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