Thursday, August 14, 2008

Spanish Army of the Beerstein Era

Tercio de Morados Viejo (Old Violets), Tercio de Amarillos Viejo (Old Yellows), Tercio de Gilbraltar, Tercio de Murcia, Tercio de Toledo, Tercio de Parma. Tercio de Lombardia, Tercio de Saboya, Tercio de Walloon, Tercio de Hibernia

Real Asturias Horse, Granada Horse, King's Dragoons. Alcaudete Dragoons
Spanish "Fuisliers de Artillery" and Walloon de Artillery" Batteries

Commodore wants to the lead troops, he thinks he's really a General!

Old Violets and Old Yellows in front, Swiss, Savoy, Irish, and Walloons supported by Walloon "Fusilier Artillery" behind

Savoy, Irish, and Walloon Infantry supported by Walloon "Fusilier de Artillery" battery

Tercio Gilbraltar, and Tercio Murcia in front supported by Tercio Toledo, Tercio Lombardia and the Spanish "Fusilier de Artillery" battery

Spanish Horse and Dragoons take the field

8 comments:

andygamer said...

Are you certain that isn't Marshal Catinat?

andygamer said...
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andygamer said...

And while I'm very pleased to see a Spanish-esque force added to the Imagi-nations, and not to sound too picky, but your fictional Irish have their harp flag upside down. (Previous deletion due to a typo.)

Capt Bill said...

I'm not sure if the Irish unit wasn't thinking of surrendering. I know Commodore would love a promotion, but his brother Skipper and Capt Butler counldn't handle it.

ColCampbell50 said...

A grand review. I really like the rainbow of colors in your Spanish army.

Jim
http://colcampbellbarracks.blogspot.com/

Fitz-Badger said...

Excellent troops! Compliments to the Commodore! ;-)

Stokes Schwartz said...

Great photos of your troops and scenery! I'm especially pleased to see that you have incorporated your cat into your games. I have one who insists on being the center of attention too, so it's helpful to learn that there is a solution. . . of sorts.

Best Regards,

Stokes

abdul666 said...

A very colorful new army -man how many armies do you own?
Compliments,
Jean-Louis