Thursday, 4 August 2011

15mm Trojans



Back to ancient times once more for today's post, here we have one unit of Trojans and three units of their allies. All are made by Essex miniatures and painted by my good self many moons ago. Essex don't make actual figures for the Trojans, these figures were included in the original battle pack I bought from them and as I said in a previous post,  The Trojans were said to be allies of The Hittites, so they're slighty different figures that I used for the Greeks, hope you all like them!!


Trojan warriors of Zelia led by Pandaros

Pelasgian warriors from Larisa led by Hippothoos

Warriors from Perkote led by Asios

The Kikones from North West Thrace led by Euphemos



22 comments:

  1. Wait just a cottin'pickin' minute. Didn't you already do this post?

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  2. Hi! An interesting era. Good job

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  3. I like the multi-colored shields.

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  4. I love how their shields are all different colors. :)

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  5. Nice again Ray, when do they go on sale!

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  6. Nice Figs Ray and I like the mix of colours and depth of the units.

    You have to get some chariots for a few heroes to ride around on.

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  7. Very nice! That's a cool army you there!

    Christopher

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  8. My word you have been busy, great work Ray.

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  9. Good stuff - too bad these guys all have to die in the end!

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  10. I love soldiers/battles/war from this time period; sooo much more interesting than modern warfare.

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  11. Cool. They're ready to go mowed down by Achilles. ;)

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  12. lol! they look excited for fighting! =D

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  13. Good-looking bases again too, and terrain. I hadn't noticed the new header before either, but it looks great, not least the trees.

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  14. Nice work Ray! I'll have to watch my Michael Wood DVD's (Trojan war documentary series from the 80's)

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  15. My romans would have em anyday!!! :-D
    Seems like I´m not the only one with a few ancient armies up my sleeve.
    Cheers
    paul

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  16. Those Hittite shields remind me of the Zulus using cowhide.

    Header still says 42.

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  17. Are cow spotted shields good for anything more than fighting amongst a big group of cattle?

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  18. That's a nice, fair size army you have in total. I prefer the earlier periods. I think I had a sickener during the WRG 3rd Edition days when everyone seemed t have Sassanids or Byzantines.

    Gaz.

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  19. Excellent looking troops, the shields are amazing!

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