During the Hundred Years’ War, the English infantry became a formidable and highly disciplined force on the battlefield. Archers were an important part of the army, and excelled at the Battle of Crécy, where their skill with the longbow was critical to victory.
Foot soldiers wore armor and carried a variety of weapons: axes, swords and spears. They were also known for their “arrow” formation, a combat tactic in which soldiers were closely grouped together to protect each other and unleash a coordinated attack.
Contains 45 unpainted soldiers (21 longbow archers)
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