Battle of Linlithgow Bridge, 1526

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Battle of Linlithgow Bridge, 1526

Post by stockwellpete » Tue Jan 18, 2011 9:37 am

This is a battle between different factions of the Scottish ruling class who are seeking to control the young king James V. His father, James IV, had been killed at Flodden (1513) when he was just one year old. Scotland had been ruled by various regents since then . . .

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Post by stockwellpete » Tue Jan 18, 2011 10:39 am

This is my latest one. The reason that I have updated most of my scenarios today is that I have had a mistake pointed out to me - I was designating "poor" shire levy troops as "drilled" when obviously they shouldn't be. This has been corrected in all my scenarios now. Thanks to Frank for pointing this out to me. Sorry for any inconvenience. :oops:

Next up from me - a trip to Ireland to meet the dreaded "Nangle of Navan" at the battle of Knockdoe, 1504. :lol:

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Post by petrus58 » Tue Jan 18, 2011 10:33 pm

Another really enjoyable - and quite tough - scenario. I think it shows one of the major benefits of FoG - you can cover periods/campaigns not covered by any other game that I am aware of. Great stuff!!

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Post by stockwellpete » Wed Jan 19, 2011 10:47 am

petrus58 wrote:Another really enjoyable - and quite tough - scenario. I think it shows one of the major benefits of FoG - you can cover periods/campaigns not covered by any other game that I am aware of. Great stuff!!
Thank you very much, petrus58. I am glad that you enjoyed it. :D

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