In accordance with this new basing scheme, I had to make a decision on how I wanted to base my leaders. In the Hundred Years War, leaders fought in the ranks, so I based the commanders so they would blend in with the front of the battle line.
I used the excellent Perry Miniatures Personality and Command packs for my command stands. I made sure each base has a major noble, a standard bearer, and two knights who represent his personal retainers. The flags are from Battle Flag, a very affordable source for nice color flags. I stole the flag mounting idea from another blog and mounted them on tubes. This allows me to remove the flags from the standard poles and store them separately.
The Perry Personality packs for Agincourt are the best sculpts I've ever seen. The heraldry is sculpted onto the knights and is a joy to paint (with the assistance of my handy Optivisor).
(BELOW) Edward, Duke of York with his retainers. The highest ranking Englishman to die at Agincourt.
(BELOW) Some in-progress shots of the Count of Eu. Hopefully they show off the great detail on the figure.