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Flodden, 9 September 1513 - HPS Musket & Pike: The Renaissance

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Flodden, 9 September 1513

By Rich White
Scottish 0 - 0 - 21 English
Rating: 5.96 (17)
Games Played: 21
SM: 1
Turns: 16
Type: Custom
First Side: Scottish
Second Side: English
Player Voting Stats
Member Balance Enjoyment
Jolly Roger's ProfileJolly Roger Well Balanced 8
tallin's Profiletallin Moderately Pro English 6
Cats's ProfileCats Well Balanced 7
agmoss99's Profileagmoss99 Slightly Pro English 7
agmoss99's Profileagmoss99 Moderately Pro English 8
Gaming Records
1st Side Player 2nd Side Player Result Score
English Belisarius's Profile Belisarius vs. Havoc Havoc's Profile Scottish English Major Win 14 2
English panther421's Profile panther421 vs. Gray Nemesis Gray Nemesis's Profile Scottish English Major Win 14 2
Scottish agmoss99's Profile agmoss99 vs. Saddlesore Saddlesore's Profile English Scottish Major Loss 2 14
Scottish agmoss99's Profile agmoss99 vs. Fhil Fhil's Profile English Scottish Minor Loss 4 10
English agmoss99's Profile agmoss99 vs. Fhil Fhil's Profile Scottish English Major Win 14 2
agmoss99
Lieutenant General
agmoss99 Thu May 29, 2014 2:02 pm
Tough for the Scots. The pike blocks once disordered become less effective. The geography favours the defender. Many units are E grade and rout quickly. The longbow is a killing machine. The best way to achieve at least a draw is not to attack the English!
agmoss99
Lieutenant General
agmoss99 Wed Feb 18, 2015 8:05 pm
The English longbow is murderous in this scenario. Too powerful in fact given it was a wet day and it wasn't as effective as it could have been.
agmoss99
Lieutenant General
agmoss99 Mon Nov 30, 2015 10:44 am
The English longbow is powerful, even skirmishers can pack a punch. On the other hand the low quality units on both sides means routing is commonplace so units don't fight to the last man.
Fhil
Technical Sergeant
Fhil Mon Nov 30, 2015 10:47 am
Those longbow units are like medieval Katyushas! The scenario is very interesting, a real bloodbath!
agmoss99
Lieutenant General
agmoss99 Sun May 01, 2016 10:25 am
The English longbow is a murderous weapon in the game. Historically at Flodden it didn't work so well due to rain,
Fhil
Technical Sergeant
Fhil Sun May 01, 2016 10:30 am
Very good one for mirror play, a lot of maneuvering options for both sides.
agmoss99
Lieutenant General
agmoss99 Sun Nov 13, 2016 1:12 pm
The game starts as a draw. To win the Scots or English have to attack. Pike blocks are useless in the terrain. The English longbow is a killing machine.
Saddlesore
Private 1st Class
Saddlesore Sun Nov 13, 2016 10:07 pm
English longbow can seriously decimate Scottish attack. Keep watch on supplies. Don't let units get log jammed. Considering some my mismanagement of forces and indecisiveness still got a major victory, the longbow and terrain makes it very pro-English. The cavalry is well balanced.
panther421
Corporal
panther421 Thu Nov 01, 2018 4:02 pm
There seems to be a way for the Scots to win this, as other players have done so, but it seems very difficult.
Havoc
Lieutenant General
Havoc Frid Dec 07, 2018 4:22 am
Scenario seems to encourage both sides not to attack, or pay the price for doing so.
Havoc
Lieutenant General
Havoc Frid Dec 07, 2018 4:27 am
I looked at the history of this scenario. Not a single game ended in a Scottish "win". Since the English seem to have the advantage, it might be wise to change the starting points to reflect this for balance?