There have been figures from many companies added to this force over the years from Essex, Foundry, Hinchcliffe, Minifigs and Warrior but majority of figures are from the Dixon range which has now been re-sculpted since I bought these ones. This army has been in it's boxes and not seen action for over 16 years since its English opposition fled to New Zealand and I keep thinking I should sell it off, perhaps one day.
King James IV of Scotland killed at Flodden
This figure was sculpted and painted for me by one of my oldest wargames
friends and top figure designer, Aly Morrison.
Another Division of Fife and Border troops
The King at the centre of the army
The Scots left flank was composed of men from Angus and the Borders
The Borderers usually fought mounted but in the battle they fought on foot as pikemen
but remounted at the end of the battle to cover the Scots retreat.
The Scots right flank was composed of Highlanders under command of
Archibald Campbell, Earl of Argyle.
King James loved his heavy artillery and although very useful at the sieges of Etal and Ford castles the big guns took no part in the battle as they were facing the wrong direction and were too heavy to move in time plus the lighter guns the Scots did manage to move into position had difficulty depressing their barrels to fire on the English and were ineffective during the battle.
All the Scots artillery was captured after the battle.