Using my Italian armies, as substitutes, I have my Italian Black Bande based in the walled garden. [My command] Alongside them is the Swiss, under Jims friend, Tom. Further away are the Gendarmes led by Francis [ie me] and against the wall, looking bemused are the French and Italians under Alencon [ Tom]
As one can see, the Imperialists have now been placed upon the table. One thing that threw me was that John, Jim and Colin,[ The Imperialists] had decided that Alves light cavalry command should be moved from their right flank to their left flank, and replaced it with the Duc de Bourbons large command.From the photograph below, one would think that the French Black Bande placed inside of the walls looked in good order. Au contraire, between me throwing blunders, failed command throws and general mayhem, all was not well with my landsknects.
For some reason, Alencon's French and Italians did not want to move to help their king, and managed a very tawdry pace all game.
Things certainly turned after dinner, in the image below, is all that was left of the Black Bande after the Spanish sword and buckler men had dealt with them. One can see the remnants of the Bande, thats the small arquebus unit and their commander.