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WargamesFactory28mm Amazon Warriors # WGF-LG002
The Amazons were a fearsome conglomeration of tribes, thought to be from Scythia (north of the Black Sea) whose warriors were women. Famed for their archery, skill at arms and horsemanship, these women warriors struck terror into the hearts of the (all male) armies of the ancient world. They fought on the side of Troy in the Trojan war (their leader was slain by Achilles) and they invaded Greece in an attempted sack of Athens and to regain their queen, Antiope, who fell in love with Theseus, leaving...
This boxset provides the forces for you to create the legions of Julius Caesar. Battle across the Mediterranean world and launch your invasion of Britain with the finest military machine of the Ancient World!
Brave Knights Invitation & Thank You Set An superbly illustrated knight's helmet invitation and castle thank you card set for a knight party. The invitations come in the shape of a knight's helmet with visor and are embellished with a bright red feather. The thank you cards are in the style of a castle with drawbridge and guard knights. The set includes 8 invites and 8 thank you cards. Both come with matching envelopes. Box size: 285mm x 194mm x 28mm ▸ In Stock £11.99 pack of 8 Add to Order ...
This Flintloque 3rd edition character boxset gives you all of the classic characters of Sharke plus his Chosen Rifle Orcs along with new characters both on foot and mounted for the first time. All new miniatures. The boxset contains:
The WargamesFactory28mm Zombie Horde in 28mm from the plastic figure models range provides a selection of highly detailed miniatures of the living dead. This plastic figures kit requires paint and glue to complete. Manufacturer: WargamesFactory Model: WGFDF001 28mm Zombie Horde Scale: 28mm
The Zulu wars exposed both great stength and great weakness in the British army. Facing a fanatical enemy of lightly armed but highly mobile soldiers skirmishing tactics which might have been successful against an organised European army were often overwhelmed. More cautious commanders proved concentrated firepower could hold off repeated attacks.