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Post by Skevmeister »

Hey Peeps as requested in the WOTR thread, heres a stickied thread so that teams, team members , can post their own, team or house livery pictures or graphics so we know whe we're beating on the field.

Go ye a head ye merry gentle folk.

If you can lable your images House/Team/Period then we'' have a track won't we.

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Well,

Whenever you see a flag with a Chalice on it, you'll find hussites below it...
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Cheers Skev!

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Emblem of the Dogs of War:

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Livery motif is as displayed & is a section from the Owain Glyndwr flag.
The persona is of a mercenary working for Glyndwr.

Full livery is a red & yellow quartered tabard, with contrasting red & yellow rampant lions in each quarter.

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Buckinghams Retinue - Red and Black with Stafford Knot

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ah yes huntingdon down by the river, what a pleasant weekend that was
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MSS in general... Black with a white three towered castle badge (tends to be this way round on paperwork) or White with a black three towered castle badge (tends to be on pavases and banners)

MSS Bonivant Household
Blue and white with a white wolfs head erased
Have been know to field a small bunch of MAA, lots of archers and last seasons Treb crew

MSS Sappers
Mustard yellow with an uprooted oak tree badge
Mostly non-com bods who run some of the pryotecnics and crew the siege machines, Sap, Pentard etc.

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Black Company
Midlands (aka Panzers)
Red and Black with Crossed Keys. Normally worn on a Bende over plate but some livery for the light Infantry types
SE (aka Artillery)
Green and Black
SW (Infantry)
Blue and Black with a Martlet (white on Black badge), Three Martlets when playing the Arundel household. (or should that be black and blue for the pbi?)

Livery Coats arnt normally worn, its more a colour theme that we stick to mostly. (we was given the cloth you know). Some members where both Martlet and Crossed Keys badges (helps avoid friendly fire) and a token of whichever side we're on at the time and any personal badges.
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Tudor Household. Green and White with the friendly dragon.

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This was last Tewks which was a little on the warm side. :D

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Post by Colin Middleton »

I don't have a picture handy, but the Howards livery is a white lion rampant facing dexter on a red field. There is a blue mullet on the lion (without that you're a Mowbry).

As far as I know, this livery is used by the Howards Household (AKA Knights In Battle) from Sheffield (to which I belong) as well as the Howards Retenue from Doncaster.

The Household don't do too many battles, usually just Tewkesbury and some EMA do's, while the Retinue are part of the Fed so get out a bit more :)

We also get out occasionaly in our 13th C guise, where we each wear our own livery as we appear as knights. Our usual Captain for these is Sir Adam (silver griffin rampant on a green field), while I usually wear a black engrailed saltir on a white field.
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Post by Sara »

A picture of a simple, tabard type, Howard livery as desribed above - just for you Colin :D

Sara

PS. If you look really hard I am wearing one on my avatar.
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The Company of Dawn Duellists (CoDDs) have a livery of Gulle a Cross Sable. This is because:

1. We like red and black.
2. The black cross on red is supposedly a symbol of St Margeret of Scotland. An important Saint in our part of the world.
3. Did I mention liking black and red?

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Of course I Woodville too...
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Here is the magnificent moose of Sir William Stanley!

Nothing more complicated than a white hart's head on a red field.
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Well you can spot the falchions by this tabard
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Post by john bull »

Rosa Mundi-Scrope of bolton. white coat black lining, black cornish chuff dont have any good pics though :(

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Some of Ferrers Household at Tewkesbury last year.
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good god are those pole arms i see! thats very unlike you lot jim! :D
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I'll put mine up whilst I'm here,


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Post by Jim Smith »

Hiya Nev - yes, well swords are normally what me and Tony go for - but Jen and the rest normally stick with polearms. And it is Tewkesbury... :roll:

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Here's the Fauconberg livery, red lion rampant on a white & blue field. Black fishhook on front.
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Though I'm of the frame of mind that sword might be better at twekers
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When is sword ever NOT more fun? :shock:
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Post by Nigel »

Ian never bring a sword to a bill fight
There’s a country in Europe where they treat their ex soldiers with pride no waits for medical treatment after injuries received during service, no amensia from the government. Cant for the life of me recall where it is but I know exactly where it is not.

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Aw, go on, do please!! :lol:

Actually, depends on how you can use a bill, if all you can do is thrust it at people, then you are a bit b******d when you face the lone swordsman, if however, you can use it away from your bill unit, the swordsman could be in for a bit of a suprise....

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And if swordsmen come up against a bill line, who has got the reach?
Mind you I prefer bow ranges personally.
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Post by Allan Harley »

Bring a bill, bring a sword, hairgrips ,or a balloon onna stick - Happy to fight anyone or anything


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Post by nev »

for a man that claims to hate having his photo taken you certainly have alot of pictures of yourself allan :D
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