Hastings Battle deal

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The Battle of Hastings is arguably the most important battle fought on English soil. Occuring on14th October 1066, Duke William of Normandy fought King Harold of England for the throne of England.

The Norman victory threw a well organised, mostly peaceful Saxon society into chaos and completely changed the cultural society from 'folk-right' to 'Feudalism'; changing individual rights and land ownership irrevocably.

The Normans however did not have it all their own way, it took ten years to conqueror England and many more for the Normans to bring Wales, Scotland and Ireland into their fold.

The anarchy of Norman Lordship over the British Isles lasted for centuries and our relationship with France, as a consequence of Norman politicking, was destined to be confrontational, (which is great news for us wargamers).

The impact of the Norman victory, and the changes to society, are felt to this day.

To celebrate this huge battle we have put some Hastings deals together for you covering both sides. We will take this opportunity to support ManHealth, a charity focussing on peer support for men with depression and other Mental Health Issues. This cause has been highlighted by Lewis Kirkbride and the 1066 Battle Walk he has recently completed. A generous amount from each deal will go to Lewis's cause and you can still donate at www.justgiving.com/crowdfunding/1066battlewalk if you would like to.


This deal is made up of the following 51 packs of miniatures.  Miniatures supplied unpainted and may need some assembly. Spears, banner pole, banner and bases not supplied.

This deal will be produced to order so in the current climate of Covid-19 there may be a little waiting time before they are shipped.


The Saxons

After defeating an invading army the Saxons would have liked to have rested. The invasion by the Normans instead meant a forced match across almost the full length of the country. Forming their defensive position at the top of the hill they awaited the enemy... 

Late Saxon/AngloDane Warlord

03LSX001 Late Saxon/Anglo Danish Lord
Huscarls 24men LSX200 Late Saxon Huscarl Command
LSX202 Saxon Huscarls with hand weapons
Fyrd 36 men 03LSX108 Late Saxon Fyrd Warriors 1
03LSX109 Late Saxon Fyrd Warriors 2
03LSX110 Late Saxon Fyrd Warriors 3
 03LSX111 Late Saxon Fyrd Warriors 4
Thegns 12 men 03LSX106 Late Saxon Thegns 1
03LSX107 Late Saxon Thegns 2
03LSX004 Morcar and Edwin, Saxon Earls
03LSX107 Late Saxon Thegns 2 (2x random minis)
03LSX112 Late Saxon Archers 1
Archers 12 men 03LSX113 Late Saxon Archers 2
03LSX114 Late Saxon Archers 3


The Normans

William was determined to assert his rightful claim to the English throne. Amassing his army, along with plenty of Bretton allies, and not a few minor nobles looking to make their fortune, William would defeat the ragged Saxon force facing him. A cunning plan was forming... 

William NOR003 Duke William of Normandy
Odo NOR004 Bishop Odo of Bayeux
Heavy Cav x3 packs NOR202 Norman Heavy Cavalrymen 1
NOR203 Norman Heavy Cavalrymen 2
Cav x6 packs NOR200 Norman Cavalrymen thrusting overarm
NOR201 Norman Cavalrymen couched lance arms
Crossbows (8 men) NOR100 Norman Crossbowmen 1
NOR101 Norman Crossbowmen 2 (Helmets)
Armoured Infantry (24 men)  NOR007 Armoured Norman Command
NOR106 Armoured Norman Infantry 1
NOR107 Armoured Norman Infantry 2
Unarmoured Infantry (24 men) NOR006 Norman Warlord and Bannerman foot
NOR105 Unarmoured Norman Infantry 1
NOR104 Unarmoured Norman Infantry 2
NOR104 Unarmoured Norman Infantry 2(2x random minis)
Bows (8 Men) NOR001 Norman Archer Command
NOR102 Norman Archers 1

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