This regiment is one of the famous regiments of the Great British Army of the Napoleonic wars having distinguished itself tremendously at both Quatre Bras and Waterloo, prompting the Duke of Wellington to personally thank the regiment for its outstanding conduct in the Hundred Days campaign. Our initial presentation had them standing waiting and they will fit perfectly either at the crossroads at Quatre Bras or deployed behind Hougoumont at Waterloo formed up before their famous charges at both battles. Our latest editions unveil our true plan for this release, which is the formation of a 3 (or for the purist, actually 4!) rank line of battle or square. The standing troops fill out the rear rank(s) while the fighting troops occupy ranks one and two.