The French king of the time, Charles VI, suffered from severe mental illness so instead, the French were commanded by the Constable Charles d’Albret and various prominent French noblemen, Many of whom would not live to see the day end.Estimates suggest that the English had some 7 to 9,000 men made up 5⁄6 longbow archers, 1⁄6 dismounted knights and men-at-arms in heavy armour at Agincourt.
The French had somewhere between 12,000 (outnumbering the English 4–3) to 36,000 (outnumbering the English 6–1.
Made up of about 10,000 knights and men-at-arms (of which about 1,200 were mounted), unknown thousands of other infantry, crossbowmen and archers.
The set consists of 36 plastic French Infantry and 6 knights/men at arms. The infantry are armed with spears, crossbows, double handed axes and hand weapons. The knights have cut-down lances/spears, pole arms and swords.