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Push of Pike 2011
Renaissance Wargaming Tournament

Stu's photo album Stuart's photo album of the event.

Push of Pike 2011 trophiesThe 8th Annual Push of Pike Renaissance Wargames convention was held on Saturday 24 and Sunday 25 September.

Rules were De Bellis Renationis v 2.0
Armies 450 AP, themed; European armies 1600-1650. If the army’s home base is in Europe and it operated between the dates above it’s in. Note this therefore excludes European armies abroad such as Dutch and Portugese Colonial and the New Model in the West Indies.

Les Combatants

Name Army
Brian Sowman E Parliament
Stu Todd Regency French
Philip Abela Bishops War English
Mark Caunter E Parliament
John Way Dutch Rebellion 1620
Grant Brown E Gustavian Swede
Richard Foster TYW Imperialist
Mike Haycock TYW Imperialist

Push of Pike 2011 combatants

Les scores

Name Points Gens KO Gens Lost Wins Losses
Richard Foster 26 5 0 1 0
Philip Abela 25 1 1 1 0
Mike Haycock 25 0 3 1 0
Stu Todd 20 3 2 1 1
Brian Sowman 20 0 1 0 0
Grant Brown 18 1 0 1 1
Mark Caunter 16 3 3 1 2
John Way 10 1 4 0 2

DBR 15mm French v EnglishAn all out assault by the French on the Parliamentarians.

Les battailles

Name R1 score R2 score R3 score R4 score
Stu Todd BS 6 MH 0 JW 5 MC 9
Philip Abela RF 5 MC 10 BS 5 MH 5
Mark Caunter JW 5 PA 0 GB 10 ST 1
Grant Brown MH 4 BS 4 MC 0 JW 10
Brian Sowman ST 4 GB 6 PA 5 RF 5
Richard Foster PA 5 JW 10 MH 6 BS 5
John Way MC 5 RF 0 ST 5 GB 0
Mike Haycock GB 6 ST 10 RF 4 PA 5

DBR 15mm French v DutchA game from round 3 - Stu's French vs John's Dutch.

Les Awards

Winner - Richard Foster
2nd Place - Philip Abela
Best Presented Army - Brian Sowman
Rear Guard - John Way
Sniper Award for most Generals killed - Richard Foster
Follow me Lads - most Generals lost - John Way
Off you go Lads- least Generals lost - Richard Foster and Grant Brown
No baggages were injured in making this competition

Thanks to all participants.

Modifications:
Deployment in alternate commands;
Sh(F) fight other Sh in two ranks;
Sh(I) with arquebus regraded to Arq(O). Essentially Sh(O) firing to 100p;
Sh(I) with musket regraded to Mkt(I). Essentially Sh(I) firing to 200p;
Deployment zone starts 300p from the side edge, not 600p.

“Kiwi” points to be used, which are

(S)

(O)

(I)

(F)

(X)

Lancers

12

10

7

10

 

Pistols

12

10

8

10

 

Sipahis

10

7

5

7

 

Light Horse

7

4

4

4

 

Camelry

9

6

 

7

 

Dragoons

8

7

6

 

 

Pikes

5

4

3

4

 

Shot

8

6

4

5

 

Blades

5

4

3

6

 

Bows

7

5

3

 

 

Skirmishers

4

3

2

 

4

Warband

5

4

3

 

 

Hordes

2

1

 

1

 

Artillery

15

10

6

10

10

Pontooneers

 

5

 

 

 

Warwagons

 

10

3

 

 

Elephants

24

20

16

 

 

Baggage

 

5

5

 

 

Ships

6

5

3

4

4

Galleys

5

4

2

3

 

Boats

3

2

1

2

3

Notes
Deduct 1 AP for troops that are restricted to defending BUA.
No adjustment for Artillery if without draught teams.


Pictures and results of other PoPs
2004 Open list competition
2005 ECW and TYW
2006 Early Wars
2007 Armies of Africa and Asia
2008 The Wars of Religion
2009 The Turkish Wars
2010 Open list competition
2011 ECW and TYW
2012 Armies 1650-1700
2013 European armies 1540-1600
2014 Non-European armies 1494-1700
2015 Armies and Enemies of Charles V 1516-1556
2016 ECW and TYW


This page last updated 30 December 2015

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