The Royalist Army had been deployed and all I needed to do was to get out the Parliament army and deploy appropriately.
|King Charles I upon the hill, flanked by commanded shot with the "Gentlemen Pensioners" to his front|
|Jeff and the tabletop I was greeted with, always a pleasure to game in Jeff's space|
|Great detail with Prince Rupert and Boye!|
|the two lines survey each other|
|Essex gets a sense that there are far more Royalist cavalry than he had feared|
|Parliament's left, with Culverins to the fore ...|
|Parliament's center, seen from the far right|
|Royalist left wing horse, with dragoons in the hedges ...|
This post will have to serve as a teaser to start of the positions of the two armies and the beginning of the battle. The battle proper shall be chronicled over the next few posts.