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.
An Italian port, busy with commercial activity.
A Frisian settlement on an artificial mound, centred on its main church.
A 15th century Hanseatic town (Saxony) is raided by Polish troops.
The new Welsh monument, based on St David’s cathedral, and the Welsh church.
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.