Played a game with Saxon Dog (David Imrie) and Stuart from Studio Miniatures last weekend.
Got my Grand Company figures on the table and let’s just say they are a very disobedient bunch of mercenaries. I found it very hard to get them moving during the game which meant my lesser troops ended up outnumbered and wiped out despite giving a good fight.
The objective of the game was to take a Holy Relic that is held in the Village and hold onto it to be the winner. Stu got to it first and the assaulting of Village by my troops to take it back killed far too many of them. They went out with a fight taking a good few Enemy Knights down with them.
I really enjoy these rules. I’m not a big table gamer unless there is a quite a few people playing nor am I a huge fan of Medievals but these rules give me a route into Medievals at a scale I like.
I'm also the proud owner of the fantastic Teutonic’s painted by David and number of other archers that we agreed on a swap for my Romans.
If you have not played them id certainly suggest giving them a try.