|average 60 minutes|
|Published in 2009|
|View on boardgamegeek.com|
|Medieval Wargame Expansion for Base-game|
Agincourt is, as far as the English are concerned, one of the most remarkable, and famous, battles in medieval history. Makes most Englishmen almost forget what a sour-faced prig Henry V really was. Outnumbered by as much as 4 to 1, tired, sick and in pitiful shape, Henry V’s rag-tag army raised the three basic precepts of English tactics of the era to their greatest height: the defensive power of the longbow, a good defensive position, and the effectiveness of a creative and powerful overall command. The French? They rolled sixes on life’s CRT all day. That, and having dozens of dukes and counts insist each one was supposed to be in command and at the head of every charge, plus a full morning’s carousing, didn’t help.
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