Dismounted Men-At-Arms (unit #2; with attached general)

Impetus Unit Type: FP
Base Size: 8cm x 3cm
Manufacturer: Corvus Belli

In terms of game rules, this unit will be fielded as “dismounted men-at-arms” in a Free Company list. The miniature wearing the mail coif and holding the helmet is the commander-in-chief, mercenary general Sir James Stockwood.

Because the general is attached, I decided to model the unit as his aides and personal guard. I thought the use of a common livery made the unit look a little more modern (relatively speaking) and would make the entire force more convincingly continental. Also, since the commander-in-chief spends the majority of game behind the lines, I chose models with more static poses over those in mid-swing.

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