The next issue of Wargames, Soldiers & Strategy includes an article I've written about using Lion Rampant specifically for fifteenth century battles. I've included the much-requested but optional rules for gunpowder, pikes, and artillery (which can also be found on this forum). It will be on sale soon! Watch out for a few more 'Using Lion Rampant for…' articles in the coming months across the wargaming press (Dark Ages and Fantasy especially).
Here's the editor's write up:
Feature: Daniel Mersey, "Lion Rampant in the fifteenth century - Kingmaker"Lion Rampant is designed for battling out small engagements between medieval retinues of a few dozen soldiers, rather than hundreds. This makes it suitable for fighting the minor engagements and skirmishes of the later Hundred Years War, the Wars of the Roses, the Italian Condottiere, and countless other actions throughout Europe in the fifteenth century.