Monday, July 19, 2010

Foreign Legion re-designated Legion d' Allies

Beerstein Allied Legion Infantry now up to full strength. Dun Haggis Highlanders maneuver under the watchful eye of Brigadier, Sir David.

Sir David directs the Bad Rotten Muskytears and the Regiment von Stummel.

The Mountain Fusiliers and the Regiment von Schafbeck march in review.

5 comments:

A J said...

Very nice! Having just returned from fielding as a 78th Highlander in a re-enactment event, I've a soft spot for the boys in the blue bonnets! ;)

Fitz-Badger said...

Ah, nice to see the bonnie lads in their blue bonnets still at it!

(with about a fifth of Scotch, I mean about a fourth of Scottish on my mother's side I've always tried to include some Scots in most any of my "good guy" armies. I know I'm not alone in that either.)

Die alte Aechzener said...

Bad Rotten Muskytears

Oh worst pun ever! I'm deeply envious

David said...

It's a pleasure to command such splendid troops - even if at the regular shindigs the Scots troops hold dances that require me to participate and remember skills long almost forgotten (last learned Scottish dancing at the age of 11! ;-)).

David Linienblatt
Brigadier.

Frankfurter said...

I really appreciate how you've painted the Bad Rotten Muskytears.
And it seems you've caught the essential Frankszoian element on their regimental flag too!
Thank you!!
May they do Sir David Linnenblat proud.

Arthur