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Wakefield, December 30, 1460
« on: May 06, 2022, 06:47:09 PM »
  Well, this was a pretty small battle and only one King (Duke, really I guess, the Duke of York, but more or less King of England) and a heap of his men were killed.  Here though, York is doing okay on the offensive for the moment before
 all the lurking Lancastrians close in:

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Re: Wakefield, December 30, 1460
« Reply #1 on: May 07, 2022, 12:00:24 PM »
  Well, this was a pretty small battle and only one King (Duke, really I guess, the Duke of York, but more or less King of England) and a heap of his men were killed.  Here though, York is doing okay on the offensive for the moment before
 all the lurking Lancastrians close in:

   And some Lancastrians do close in.  Doesn't look good for York at this point:


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Re: Wakefield, December 30, 1460
« Reply #2 on: May 07, 2022, 06:22:01 PM »
  Well, this was a pretty small battle and only one King (Duke, really I guess, the Duke of York, but more or less King of England) and a heap of his men were killed.  Here though, York is doing okay on the offensive for the moment before
 all the lurking Lancastrians close in:

   And some Lancastrians do close in.  Doesn't look good for York at this point:

   Weirdly enough, some lucky activations by the northern Lancastrians crushed the Yorkists before they could be encircled from the south.