Even More GNW Photos --
You guessed it . . . more photos of my Great Northern War figures.
These, sadly to say, are not from a game. Instead they were simply placed on some convenient terrain for pictures.
The first photo is of a Russian musketeer unit.
While the "traditional" Russian colors were green coats with red trim, many of the units at the start of the eighteenth century wore different colors.
Many Russian units wore red (as in picture #1), blue and white as well as different greens.
Likewise, while everyone knows that Swedes always wore blue, there were exceptions.
Picture #2 shows a Swedish Dragoon regiment which was uniformed in green.
The next photo (#3) shows an artillery unit.
The three figures on the gun base tell me that it is a "medium" gun (4 to 9 pounder in my rules).
The single figure (with sword) is a "command" figure whose position is used to indicate the unit's current "cohesion".
Finally, the last unit pictured is a Swedish cavalry unit. Once again, the single figure leading the unit is a "cohesion" marker.
Remember, if you "click" on any photo, you will get to see a larger version of it.