Unsurprisingly, Scottish heraldry is not the most commonly available......Thus, I have used a bit of conjecture and included some stuff from later on, though managed to avoid the red heart motif on Douglas - that one is much later than 1314! Using the Osprey "Bannockburn" title and trying to match shades of grey against known livery from the Scottish shield plate (printed in black and white) in that book has been a good source.
The majority of the figures are Fireforge Mounted Sergeants, the rest 1st Corps. Douglas is a mix of the two. Banners are the usual calico and brass wire.
|The whole shebang head on.|
|Front three-quarter no.1|
|Front three-quarter no.2|
|Robert Keith, Marshall of Scotland|
|James Douglas, "the Black". I tried a Fireforge figure on a 1st Corps horse for this one, building up the saddle to account for the fact that 1st Corps figures have the saddle moulded on the figure and Fireforge ones are moulded onto the horses.|
|Robert Boyd. I have seen a Scottish knight with blue and white checks on red, but I am sure this version is correct for Boyd.|
|Neil Campbell of Lochawe. I just fancied doing a gyronny pattern.|
|Lawrence Abernethy. He was belatedly on his way to join the English army for the battle, but fell in with Douglas' pursuing cavalry, so wisely changed his mind and joined in the pursuit of the fleeing Edward.|
|Somebody Sinclair I think. Possibly later, but I have borrowed it anyway.|
|Maxwell, again possibly later than 1314.|
|A couple of Keith retainers who have joined in to make up the numbers. The trumpeter is a 1st Corps figure on a Fireforge horse (minus moulded saddle!), the lancer Fireforge throughout.|