Field of Glory - Storm of Arrows

Storm of Arrows is an expansion pack for Field of Glory.

It covers the armies of Western Europe from 1300 to 1500 AD. European warfare in this period was characterised by a rise in the role of infantry and a decline in the role of mounted knights. The Flemish, at Courtrai in 1302, showed that steady foot could defeat mounted knights. The Hundred Years War, between England and France from 1337 to 1453, raged through France and spilled over into the Low Counties and Spain. The English tactical system of massed longbowmen and dismounted men-at-arms deployed in defensive positions dominated the pitched battles of the war. The French knights were themselves forced to fight on foot to stand any chance, and even then they usually lost.

Meanwhile, the Swiss cantons were asserting their independence from feudal rule. Their massed infantry, initially halberdiers, later mostly pikemen, trounced the Austrian chivalry on several occasions, and later smashed Charles the Bold’s “perfect” Burgundian army. As the merits of the Swiss military system became apparent, pike formations were adopted in Germany and elsewhere, and became the dominant close fighting infantry type of the early Renaissance.

Storm of Arrows allows you to fight against armies from the same army pack for historical match ups or, if you choose, against armies from other army packs so you can try “what if” battles with Medieval Knights vs. Roman Legions.


  • Over 100 new unit images
  • Archers stakes
  • Ability to deploy troops mounted or dismounted in DAG games
  • New Units:

Knights, Crossbows, Medieval Artillery, Battle Wagons

  • Armies:

100 Years War English (Continental), 100 Years War English (Britain), Wars of the Roses English, Medieval Welsh, Later Medieval Scots (Britain), Later Medieval Scots (Continental), Later Scots Isles and Highlands, Later Anglo-Irish, Medieval Irish, Medieval French, Ordonnance French, Free Company, Navarrese, Later Low Countries, Medieval Burgundian, Ordonnance Burgundian, Swiss, Later Medieval German, Later Medieval Danish, Later Medieval Swedish, Condotta Italian, Medieval Crown of Aragon, Medieval Portugese, Medieval Castilian, Santa Hermandad Nueva Castilian, Later Granadine.