I wanted to post a final army list for the English, for the rules which I like the most: Being, of course, the old Ral Partha Medieval rules! If any of you have never tried this wonderful little set of rules, please do yourselves a favor. So, without further ado:

Three Leaders: King Edward I, Roger de Bigod, Marshal of England; and Anthony Bek, Bishop of Durham

Five Units of Six Mounted Knights - 180 Points
-English Knights and Men-At-Arms
One Unit of Six Mounted Yeomen - 24 Points
-Mounted Sergeants
One Unit of Twelve Foot Knights - 48 Points
-Dismounted Chivalry
Two Units of Twelve Longbow-Armed Peasants - 48 Points
-Early English Longbowmen, the ancestors of the victors at Crecy
One Unit of Twelve Crossbow-Armed Yeomen - 36 Points
-Mercenary crossbowmen from the Continent
One Unit of Twelve Yeomen - 24 Points
-City Militiamen
Three Units of Twelve Peasants - 36 Points
-Levy Spearmen
Totals: 36 Cavalry, 96 Infantry - 396 Points

Forthcoming is a Largish Welsh Marcher Contingent for this army - Which could also stand on its own, should the Earl of Hereford begin to feel rebellious - and the task of deciding which opponent to collect.

Three Leaders: Humphrey de Bohun, Earl of Hereford; Kaladrius, and Meriadoc ap Dafydd, Prince of Deheubarth (Fictional)

Two Units of Six Mounted Knights - 72 Points
-English Knights and Men-At-Arms
Two Units of Six Mounted Yeomen - 48 Points
-Welsh Cavalrymen
Five Units of Twelve Peasant Archers - 130 Points
-English and Welsh Longbowmen
6 Units of Twelve Peasants - 72 Points
-English Levy Spearmen and Welsh Infantry
Two Units of Twelve Yeomen - 48 Points
-English City Militia
One Unit of Twelve Peasant Javelinmen - 24 Points
-Welsh Skirmishers
Totals: 24 Cavalry, 168 Infantry, 384 Points

I had considered a Scots Common army next, but I would like to bash knights. I think I'm feeling a great lumbering, cavalry-heavy behemoth of a French army next.

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