Battle of Worringen, he had an aggressive nature and not afraid to stir things up. Prior to taking the office of Archbishop of Cologne, he was the church official who oversaw the Teutonic Order in Germany. Coincidentally (or not?), the coat of arms for the Archbishopric of Cologne is the same style black cross as the Teutonic Order.
Szeklers with lance, bow and shield. Also waiting on an order of spearmen from Curteys. My buddy, Scott A. gave me some Old Glory crossbowmen who'll join the Curteys spearmen in mixed order. These are in addition to earlier completed Old Glory spearmen and crossbowmen. Finally, an Old Glory Hussite war wagon will be modified to be the Army Standard wagon.
Here are some illustrations from the Codex Manesse of actual battles - as opposed to those of tournaments. The first one depicts John of Brabant dealing a deadly blow at the Battle of Worringen.