A Roman city with church and castle, protected by a variety of Papal troops.
Scottish troops guard the Princely Court, based on Linlithgow palace.
The Burgundian Princely Court at Coudenberg possesses fine gardens and a famous ducal guard.
A Frisian settlement on an artificial mound, centred on its main church.
A 15th century Hanseatic town (Saxony) is raided by Polish troops.
Condottieri march past the Lateran Palace, seat of the pope.
Unique infantry units have ganged together to ambush a cavalry force comprising Knights, Troopers, Mounted Crossbowmen and Routiers. The infantry army itself contains Gotlander Auxiliaries (Saxony), Hobescorenen (Friesland), Cliarthaires (Scotland), and Herremans (Denmark).
A Polish town, garrisoned by lancers, szlachta and bajorai.
A castle of the Teutonic Order at peace.
Soldiers gather on the main square of a town somewhere in Guelders.
Rhenish Knights parade in front of their lord, the prince-bishop of Liège. The episcopal court and the cathedral of Liège dominate the city.
A Genoese raid on Venice goes awry when a raiding party of Genoese Guards and Foot Knights is surrounded by Condottieri, Stradiots, Pikemen, Footmen and Foot Knights.
A Polish force containing Bajorai and Szlachta ambushes an advance force of the Teutonic Order.
A Frisian settlement is protected by the sea dyke.
A Florentine army (red) defends its monument, the cathedral of Florence. Florentine Spadaccini (with large round shield), Militia Lancers, Condottieri and Arbalesters fight a German army including Foot Knights, Reichsritter and Rhenish Knights.