These are pictures from a 36 element a side DBA game. All the figures are Mr. G- P-'s. They are superb old skool figures, and many if not most are conversions. See if you can spot the manufacturers.
In the picture above we see the Strathclyde general having a look at the rules, baffled by the unexpected and audacious Pictish advance.
The Pictish plan is to use the light infantry on their right to hold up the Strathclyde spearmen and their cavalry to defeat the enemy cavalry. On the left more light infantry have daringly seized a hill right in front of the Strathclyders' Viking allies.
The attack by the Pictish spearmen to take advantage of the Strathclyders being pinned by the early attack of the light foot and the cavalry meets with some success on the right.
Below - elsewhere the Pictish spearmen start to come off worst and the Britons start to get the upper hand. Surprisingly the Vikings don't do well and soon are demoralised.
The picture below gives some idea of the confusion in the infantry fight. As Pikes push forward after winning a melee the Pictish ine becomes disjoined, Vikings & Britons attack them in the flank and rear, and the Picts get demoralised. First their centre, facing the demoralised Vikings, breaks and right after the left, where the general is, also loses morale and it's game over.