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Ashildr at Agincourt

Ashildr among the English host in 1415. (TV: The Woman Who Lived)

The Battle of Agincourt was part of the Hundred Years' War. (TV: The Woman Who Lived) It was fought in 1415 by Henry V at Agincourt. (COMIC: The Secret of the Emperor) The First Doctor, Ian Chesterton, Barbara Wright and Susan Foreman convinced the king they were sent by God to help him win. (PROSE: The Reign Makers)

Using a time machine to launch an invasion of Earth in 2415, the Golden Emperor of the Daleks was accidentally deposited to this battle in 1415. Finding himself toppled by knights on horseback, the Emperor quickly readjusted his time machine and vanished, to the astonishment of the knights. (COMIC: The Secret of the Emperor)

While expecting an assault on George Litefoot's house, Leela suggested they should "trap [the attackers] in the crossfire" and thought Litefoot would have "weapons in fixed positions to guard the approaches". The Fourth Doctor said he had brought her to the wrong time and believed she would have loved Agincourt. (TV: The Talons of Weng-Chiang)

Ashildr took part in the Battle of Agincourt. She claimed she was able to "fire six arrows in under a minute". (TV: The Woman Who Lived)