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Anglo-Scots Heavy Cavalry STLs

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These are DIGITAL files meant for 3D printing. They ARE NOT physical miniatures!

Sculpted by the incomparable Erramir Orlan of Peculiar Companions, this Anglo-Scots Heavy Cavalry set is intended for armies from the 15th and 16th Centuries. This set of six 3D models comes with six variations of three poses. All models come as both pre-supported and unsupported STL files.

Galloping through the annals of history, we bring you a masterfully crafted 3D printable STL file featuring the 15th-16th century Anglo-Scottish Heavy Cavalry. This design captures the power, prestige, and tactical brilliance of the mounted knights who played pivotal roles in the centuries-long skirmishes between England and Scotland. Perfect for educators, wargamers, and historical enthusiasts alike.

The turbulent 15th and 16th centuries saw the Anglo-Scottish borders painted with strategies and betrayals. Heavy cavalry units became essential to the war machine during this period. These heavily armored knights, astride massive warhorses and equipped with lances, swords, and occasionally early firearms, became symbols of military might and noble power.

Key battles, such as Flodden (1513) and Pinkie Cleugh (1547), bore witness to the thunderous charges of these cavalry units, turning the tide of engagements and carving their legacy into the pages of history.

Throughout the recurring wars, the heavy cavalry's primary tactic was the shock charge, utilizing their weight and momentum to break enemy lines and scatter lighter infantry. In battles, they would often be deployed on the flanks to protect against enemy cavalry or to perform flanking maneuvers against enemy formations.

Their presence was felt not only in the Anglo-Scottish wars but also in larger conflicts like the Wars of the Roses, where Scottish mercenaries and allies often took part. Their influence even reached the European continent, where Scottish and English knights served in various capacities in the larger European wars.

Printing at 100% resolution will yield a true 28mm miniature. Prints at 105% are slightly more in scale with Perry Miniatures and 110% prints will be in a compatible scale with Warhammer Fantasy miniatures.