Ancient Celts: Chariot 2
$21.60 USD
Ancient Celts: Chariot 2
There are few more iconic images of the Celt army than squadrons of chariots hurtling across the battlefield harrying the enemy flanks or providing shock tactics to test the mettle of the enemy battleline This chariot encapsulates the consummate skill...
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Early Imperial Romans: Eastern Auxiliary Archers Regiment
Easily recognised with their conical helmet and recurve bow these auxilliary archers are from the eastern region of the Roman Empire. The Eastern Archers Regiment contains 16 random metal models.Saves you 80p against buying these models individually.
$39.00 USD
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Ancient Celts: Slingers Regiment
$39.00 USD
Ancient Celts: Slingers Regiment
The Celts used large amounts of slingers in battle, to support their spearmen and to weaken the enemy before a close-quarters encounter Often made up from those Celts too young or too old to join their tribesfolk in the heart...
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Ancient Celts: Fanatic pack
$21.60 USD
Ancient Celts: Fanatic pack
Wild-eyed and snarling they charge with reckless abandon at the enemy lines. Celt Fanatics are an awe-inspring site - wearing nothing but a shield and a crazed exression they must have instilled fear in even the most hardened warrior. The...
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Early Imperial Romans: Marines Regiment
The Romans fielded all manner of specialist troops over their extensive empire, many who’s roles are still to be seen today in existing armies. Here we present the Marines, who fought all over the known world as detachments on naval...
$40.00 USD
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Dacians: Command
$8.80 USD
Dacians: Command
The Dacians were, by Roman accounts, a savage bunch. Then again they thought everyone non-Roman was a savage. They may well have been right!Warlord's new Dacian command group are a brutal front rank for any Legionary to come across. They...
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Early Imperial Romans: Balearic Slingers contubernium
These miniatures are based on the much-feared Balearic slingers from the Balearic Islands off the Mediterranean coast of Spain but are ideal for use in any Roman army representing the many-serried ranks of slingers supporting the Roman war machine...The Balearic...
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Ancient Celts: Javelinmen Regiment
Providing ranged support for the blocks of warriors intent on getting to grips with the enemy, Javelinmen are a vital component for any Celtic army.The Celt Javelinmen Regiment contains: 16 metal Celts armed with javelins 16 metal javelins Note: Miniatures...
$39.00 USD
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Early Imperial Romans: Sentries
$10.80 USD
Early Imperial Romans: Sentries
This pack contains: 4 Sentries 4 shields and four metal heads
$10.80 USD
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Early Imperial Romans: Auxiliary Cavalry with Spears
This pack contains 3 Imperial Roman Auxiliary horsemen armed with spears. Note: Models are supplied unassembled and unpainted
$18.00 USD
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Early Imperial Romans: Scorpion Battery
Each Roman Century would be provided with a Scorpio Catapult to accompany them on the battlefield but when fighting as a legion these would be combined to form a battery. Typically this would consist of 60 Scorpions and be located...
$36.00 USD
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Early Imperial Romans: Slave Girls
Contains four metal models Note: models are supplied unassembled and unpainted
$10.80 USD
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Early Imperial Romans: Kneeling Battleline
Perfect for the front rank of your Roman units, this pack provides you with eight kneeling Legionaries equipped with slings or with Gladius and Pilum. Contains 8 metal models. Contents may vary from those shown. Supplied unpainted and unassembled.
$21.60 USD
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Early Imperial Romans: Julius Caesar
INFAMY, INFAMY, INFAMY..... THEY HAVE ALL GOT IT IN FOR ME!!! This fantastic sculpted Emperor Julius Caesar, is inspired by 1960’s British cinema, and depicts a rather fruity emperor who would rather lead from the back and leave the fighting...
$4.40 USD
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Wars of the Roses: Mercenaries - European Infantry (1450-1500) plastic boxed set
This new box contains 40 multi-part figures which can be assembled as pikemen (up to 18), crossbowmen (up to 12) and handgunners (up to 12 models) as well as command. It includes 12 european polearm heads which are designed to...
$32.00 USD
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Early Imperial Romans: Auxiliaries Boxed Set
Auxiliaries is a term used to describe non-native soldiers in Roman service. The term nowadays can almost be read as pejorative, but the auxiliaries of Imperial Rome were hard fighting men! Well-equipped and well-trained these men, sometimes from quite diverse...
$36.00 USD
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Early Imperial Romans: Balearic Slingers Regiment
These miniatures are based on the much-feared Balearic slingers from the Balearic Islands off the Mediterranean coast of Spain but are ideal for use in any Roman army representing the many-serried ranks of slingers supporting the Roman war machine...The Balearic...
$39.00 USD
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Early Imperial Romans: Emperors
$8.00 USD
Early Imperial Romans: Emperors
INFAMY, INFAMY, INFAMY..... THEY HAVE ALL GOT IT IN FOR ME!!! This fantastic sculpted Emperor Julius Caesar, is inspired by 1960’s British cinema, and depicts a rather fruity emperor who would rather lead from the back and leave the fighting...
$8.00 USD
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Early Imperial Romans: Primus Pilus
The Legion’s first cohort was, at 800 men, larger than the others and led by the primus pilus – a career soldier and advisor to the legate himself. He was the Legion's senior Centurion and outranked by only a handful...
$3.60 USD
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Ancient Celts: Army Standard Bearer
Despite their ferocious and barbaric appearance Celts, like all troops, fought under tribal banners and standards - two examples of which you get in the plastic Celtic Warriors boxed set. For your army standard bearer you'll want something even more...
$3.60 USD
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Early Imperial Romans: Cart
$21.60 USD
Early Imperial Romans: Cart
Adding extra flavour to your Roman force as well as providing an objective for scenarios this cart is an ideal addition to any Roman players collection. Contains: One Roman Cart with spoked wheels 2 Mules One Celtic slave leading the...
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Ancient Britons: Boadicea Triumphant!
With the rumble of wooden wheels and a flash of scarlet tresses, Boadicea, Queen of the Iceni will soon be making her way onto battlefields at the head of your Celt army in all her haughty and defiant glory. Famed...
$27.20 USD
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Dacians: Sarmatian Cataphracts pack
When the Roman armies crossed the Danube and clashed with the tough Dacians of present day Romania they may not have counted on them bringing along their warlike allies, the Sarmatians. The Sarmatians seem to have become staunch friends of...
$10.80 USD
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Early Imperial Romans: Auxiliary Regiment
Auxiliary units were attached to individual Legions as opposed to being an integral part of their structure. This attachment could last for many years. The fact Auxiliary regiments being attached to a legion does not mean that they were not...
$46.40 USD
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Early Imperial Romans: Aquilifer
Clad in his distinctive lion pelt the Aquilifer was one of the most trusted men in the legion and a doughty fighter to boot. The eagle was the very symbol of the invincibility of Rome and to lose one bought...
$3.60 USD
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Early Imperial Romans: Praetorian Cavalry Command
Formed by the first Emperor, Augustus in the hope that he would be protected from the fate of his illustrious forebear, Julius Caesar, the Praetorian Guard were the Emperor's Elite bodyguard and also policed the city of Rome.Originally the cavalry...
$18.00 USD
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Early Imperial Romans: Praetorian Cavalry Regiment
Formed by the first Emperor, Augustus in the hope that he would be protected from the fate of his illustrious forebear, Julius Caesar, the Praetorian Guard were the Emperor's Elite bodyguard and also policed the city of Rome.Originally the cavalry...
$57.60 USD
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Dacians: Scorpio Battery
$57.60 USD
Dacians: Scorpio Battery
According to the peace of 89, Decebalus became a client king of Rome receiving money, craftsmen and war machines from the Roman Empire, to defend the empire's borders. Undoubtedly this would have included the fearsome Scorpio that the Roman armies...
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Early Imperial Romans: Auxiliary Cavalry with Swords
This pack contains 3 Imperial Roman Auxiliary horsemen armed with sword and shield. Also included with each model is a javelin quiver. Note: Models are supplied unassembled and unpainted
$18.00 USD
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Early Imperial Romans: Medicus
$10.80 USD
Early Imperial Romans: Medicus
This Medicus represents the cutting edge of Roman medical technology which sadly for his patient is on a par with your dad's tool box. By the time he's finished our brave legionary may well be wishing he'd tried his luck...
$10.80 USD
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