Landsknechts Army DealAdd to Wish List
Contents: 1 x Landsknecht command advancing 3 x Landsknecht Pike advancing 1 x Landsknecht command standing 3 x Landsknecht Pike standing 2 x Landsknecht Handgunners 1 x Landsknecht Handbüchse light gun 1 x Landsknecht casualties 1 x Last Rites - Landsknecht wounded 1 x Landsknecht Looting Party Models supplied unassembled...
Landsknechts PikemenAdd to Wish List
The late 15th and early 16th centuries in Europe were defined by near-constant warfare. National ‘standing armies’ were unheard of and the ambitions of empires were reliant on the mercenaries they could afford to hire. This box contains: Plastic components...
Kaiser Maximilian I (Young & Old)Add to Wish List
Waging war against France and within Italy, Maximillian hired sleuths of Landsknechts. Maximillian was keen to give the men freedom to wear what they wanted, and this resulted in plumes, slashed sleeves and bright colours. This blister pack contains a...
Pike & Shotte VillagersAdd to Wish List
These aren't your typical villagers! They'll fight back! Perfect for a rebellion! Have enough en-masse then they certainly can become an overwhelming threat! This set includes: The Village idiot Two kids play fighting! A housewife The stern farmer The town...
Pike & Shotte Covered WagonAdd to Wish List
Used to convey supplies between towns protecting the cargo from highwaymen! These wagons can carry food, weapons, or even treasure - covering it only keeps its cargo a secret! Whole trains of these wagons were often protected by militia men or caravan...
Landsknecht Solder 1486-1560Add to Wish List
Author: John Richard Illustrator: Gerry Embleton Pages: 64 The Landsknecht (meaning 'servant of the country') flourished during a key period for military organisation and practice. In the late 15th century, the Holy Roman Emperor, Maximilian I, recruited thousands of mercenaries from Central...
Landsknecht missile troopsAdd to Wish List
The late 15th and early 16th centuries in Europe were defined by near-constant warfare. National ‘standing armies’ were unheard of and the ambitions of empires were reliant on the mercenaries they could afford to hire. Landsknechts were instigated by the...
Landsknechts with ZweihandersAdd to Wish List
Europe in the late 15th and early 16th centuries was a place of almost constant warfare. With no organised national armies, battlefields were the domain of the mercenary companies of the day – chief amongst these were the colourfully dressed...