Later Low Countries

This list represents the later Flemish and Low Country armies before their total integration into the Imperialist sphere of influence under Maximillian.

Era: Age of Chivalry   Later Low Countries CR: H: 4 L: 2   BP: 2 Init: 4
Number Type   Description Key FV PROT Weapon Cost
6 PH   Key 6[0]0 +1 Pikes etc 8
4 SI     2[1]1 +2 X-bows 2
1 SI     2[1]1 +2 Hand guns 2
1 HC(d) see Notes Key 4[0]0 +1 Lance 10
10 PH   Key 6[0]0 +1 Pikes 8
6 SI     2[1]1 +2 X-bows 2
2 SI     2[1]1 +2 Hand guns 2
1 LB English (see Notes) Key 4[1]1 +1 Longbows 7
1 Kn Mercenaries (see Notes) Key 4[1]0 +2 Lance 11
3 ART     2[1]1 +2 Organ Guns etc 6
1 HC(d) see Notes Key 4[0]0 +1 Lance 10
1 SI     2[1]1 +2 Bows 2


Core: 1RG

Bonus: (Max: 2 ) 1 GR; 1 RG


Core: 98 Bonus: 148

HC are mounted Guildsmen, their low mounted fighting value reflects their preference for fighting dismounted.

Mercenaries are well armoured Imperialist troops (like those hired by the Bishop of Liege) of very dubious enthusiasm and are not subject to obligatory charge.

English LB are the contingent sent to the Low Countries by the Bishop of Norwich and if bought must be fielded in their own seperate division.

Hand guns count as X-bows in all respects.

Artillery - must be fielded in an Out of Command Light Division and counts as SI for combat and dispersal purposes.

ART cannot be set up in either of the flank deployment zones.

ART has a range of 35", it reduces all targets protection to +0 with the exception of SI.

ART will inflict Fatigues on targets not casualties.

ART may ignore enemy SI as a target priority, unless the enemy SI are within 9" of the ART and within arc of fire. However ART cannot shoot over or through SI without the SI becoming their target.

ART are the host of lighter bombards and organ guns so loved by Lowland armies

RG can be either flooded or marshy ground or a fortified village or town

List Author: Aetius