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The Full Regiment

Lord Hawksby’s Regiment of Foote.

Not brilliant photos but these show the full regiment in miniatures. Obviously I will be adding to this over time, and there will be Firelocks, command and a few more characters yet to come.

Full-regiment-1 copy

Full-regiment-2 copy


Although all the miniatures came from the Warlord Games Pike and Shotte Imperial Infantry boxed set these minis are using parts from about 11 different sets of plastic and metal miniatures. Here the musketeers are ranked 3 deep, but they could be put into two ranks for wider frontage.

Myles Barnard, Ensign

Myles, another Ensign Is seen here carrying the Colonels colours. Featuring the Hawksby device. Myles is another veteran of the War in Europe and had returned to England to retire to his small country estate, however when war broke out Myles left the serenity of his quiet life to carry the standard on the cause of Parliament.

The miniature Myles is from the Warlord Games Pike and Shotte plastic command sprue. His face is swapped with one of the Warlord Games Bolt Action British Infantry faces. He carries a flag kindly designed by Wargames Designs.


Percivell Goodwyn, Ensign



Percivell is the third son of local Land Owner Sir Jacob Goodwyn. He is one of the Ensigns who carry colours for Hawksby’s regiment. Percivell has never been in battle before but he is aware of the honour he has to carry the flag and has sworn to defend it with his life.

Percivell is a pikeman body from Warlord Games Pike and Shotte plastic. He has been modified by using a head and arms from the Perry Miniatures American Civil War Confederate infantry sprue. He carries a flag kindly designed by Wargames Designs.


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Here are the regimental colours for Lord Hawksby’s Foot. They feature a striking yellow and green gyronny pattern field, with a Falcon Lure (an allusion to the Hawksby name).


ECW Hawksbys flag

Many thanks to Steve Wylde for the fabulous flag design, that he generously created for Hawksby’s regiment. Thanks Steve. Check out his brilliant site here: