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Atheling06 Dec 2019 5:41 a.m. PST


I've recently had the good fortune of having a very kind soul translate quite a bit of info on Montlhery 1465.

It's a game that I've yearned to do as a demo and will be doing so at The Other Partizan later next year (2020) or Partizan 2021.

I was wondering if anyone had any precise information on which lesser nobles fought under which 'battles'?

I can supply a list of nobles via email if necessary?


GurKhan06 Dec 2019 6:41 a.m. PST

I did some work years ago on a French order of battle for Montlhery, but never got as far as trying to place individual nobles, sorry.

Have you seen this book on the battle – link ?

Atheling06 Dec 2019 9:53 a.m. PST

Have you seen this book on the battle link ?

Yeah, I've had the book partially translated by a very kind chap but I don't have any information on which nobles fought in which 'battles' and under whom.

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