Hittite Chariot Squadron
£45.00
Hittite Chariot Squadron
Note: Models supplied unassembled and unpainted.
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Egyptian Chariot Squadron
£45.00
Egyptian Chariot Squadron
The Eighteenth, Nineteenth and Twentieth dynasties comprise the age of the Egyptian New Kingdom (1550-1077BC). During these years a succession of warrior pharaohs led Egyptian forces in wars of conquest, southwards to Nubia and northwards to Canaan, Amurru and Syria....
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Ancient Celts: Cavalry boxed set
This regiment offer combines the multi-pose flexibility of our superb plastic Celtic Warriors with finely detailed metal and resin components. The ponies come with the riders' legs attached - all you need to do is choose which upper torso and...
£36.50
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Hail Caesar Rulebook
£35.00
Hail Caesar Rulebook
Hail Caesar is written by the hugely talented Rick Priestley who is something of an expert in Ancients gaming. Partly because of his studying in antiquities but some would say that it's also because he was there for the most...
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Germanic Cavalry
£34.00
Germanic Cavalry
The Germans were notoriously fierce and tough, as Tacitus tells us, contrasting the hardy barbarian warriors with the degenerate sophisticates of the civilised world. Even if he was laying it on a bit thick for dramatic effect, we can’t doubt that...
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Dacian Nobles
£32.50
Dacian Nobles
To the sound of rasping carynx horns and wild cries, the elite infantry of the Dacian army would surge forward against their invading Roman foe, intimidating them with their wild barbarian appearance and fierce countenance. Marking them out as warriors...
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Tribesmen of Germania
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Tribesmen of Germania
The Warband moved quickly, flitting through the dark forest, and as they closed in like wolves on the fold, sensed the nervousness in their foes.. Romes Legions had every right to be nervous. In 9AD, three Legions were put to...
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Ancient British Warriors
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Ancient British Warriors
There can be few more characterful people than the ancient Britons. With their trademark spikey limed hair, magnificently droopy moustaches and painted with woad battle-markings they were as colourful and they were ferocious. The British, who still favoured the chariots...
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SPQR: Death or Glory Rulebook
Are you ready to forge your empire with the Revised Edition of SPQR? With a lightning-fast and easy to play system, SPQR allows you to build a complete warband capable of scouting out enemy armies, clashing across borders, and conducting...
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SPQR: Mercenaries - Numidian Skirmishers
While Numidians much preferred the use of cavalry, some infantry were used as skirmishers. Trained in the use of javelins from an early age, they were superb hunters haling from nomadic tribes where such skills were used every day. In...
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SPQR: Dacia & Sarmatia - Dacian Tribesmen With Javelins
Dacian tribesmen were poorer or less skilful than the falxmen and nobles, but provided support that was more than adequate in the form of javelins, sling stones and arrows. In sufficient numbers, they were capable of facing even veteran soldiers...
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SPQR: Dacia & Sarmatia - Sarmatian Light Cavalry
While the cataphracts earned all the glory, it was the wave upon wave of light cavalry that formed the core of a Sarmatian force. Whether carrying short spears or bows, these riders could keep an enemy perpetually off-balance, slowly whittling...
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SPQR: Dacia & Sarmatia - Dacian Tribesmen With Slings
Dacian tribesmen were poorer or less skilful than the falxmen and nobles, but provided support that was more than adequate in the form of javelins, sling stones and arrows. In sufficient numbers, they were capable of facing even veteran soldiers...
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SPQR: Dacia & Sarmatia - Dacian Falxmen
The Roman legions soon came to respect the warriors of Dacia. Far from being simple barbarians, they were brave and carried a large curved sword, the falx, that easily slipped past the shields of the legionaries. Roman casualties quickly mounted...
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SPQR: Germania - Tribesmen Archers
Too poor or too young to be considered true warriors, these men fan out before the warband, engaging enemy skirmishers with bow or javelins, whittling them down before the tribe’s warriors charge in to deliver the finishing blow. Includes 12...
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SPQR: Germania - Skyclad Warriors
Like some warriors of other lands, some Germanic warriors chose to go into battle with scant protection; to demonstrate their utter fearlessness in combat. Such a sight can be daunting for a foe. In SPQR, Skyclad Warriors receive a bonus...
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SPQR: Germania - Warriors
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SPQR: Germania - Warriors
Each block of warriors in a Germanic warband would typically be related, by oath if not blood. This formed a tight cohesiveness, with warriors taking the deaths of those next to them somewhat personally. Their natural ferociousness combined with this...
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SPQR: Germania - Horsemen
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SPQR: Germania - Horsemen
No less fierce than warriors on foot, the cavalry of the Germanic tribes tended to be used in hit and run attacks, striking enemies in the flank then chasing them down as they routed. They would avoid head-on charges into...
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SPQR: Gaul - Tribesmen Archers
Those tribesmen yet to prove themselves in battle could still join the warriors, taking the Gaul’s favoured hunting weapon, the bow. Too poor or too young to have much in the way of armour, these men fan out before the...
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SPQR: Mercenaries - Numidian Cavalry
Renowned as the best horsemen in Africa, Numidians went into battle with no armour but were adept at harassing slower enemy units with javelins and faced enemy cavalry with ferocious zeal. Best employed on the flanks of a warband rather...
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SPQR: Gaul - Horsemen
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SPQR: Gaul - Horsemen
The Gaul horsemen were heavy cavalry, consisting of the richest nobles of a given tribe. Capable of delivering a swift hammer blow to the enemy ranks, they make a powerful addition to any warband. Contains: 6 resin cavalry figures Horsemen...
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SPQR: Gaul - Warriors
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SPQR: Gaul - Warriors
The backbone of the warband, these fierce warriors were bloodthirsty to the core. Weight of numbers makes up for their comparatively poor armaments. A charging force of Gaul warriors was a terror to endure, such was their tenacity on the...
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SPQR: Caesar's Legions - Roman Cavalry
Roman cavalry forces hit hard and quickly; able to take swift advantage of enemy troops which had been pinned down by allied legionaries, they were extremely effective at running down retreating enemy combatants. Contains 6 Warlord Resin models and SPQR...
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SPQR: Gaul - Skyclad Warriors
Most fighting men of the tribe will be warriors, men (and not a few women) who had proven themselves in battle and were intent on becoming both rich and respected within the warband. Though each fights as an individual, a...
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SPQR: Gaul - Tribesmen Slingers
Capable of harassing their foes from afar, Gaul tribesmen slingers were lightly armoured missile troops that were yet to prove themselves as warriors; yet were still highly effective at disrupting the ranks of their foes. Contains 12 Warlord Resin models...
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SPQR: Gaul - Tribesmen with Javelins
You are also able to equip your Tribesmen with Javelins. Though limited to a single use, they have the Lethal 2 keyword, oftentimes thwarting heavily armoured opposition. Use them to thin the ranks of your foes before the main melee...
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SPQR: Gaul - War Dogs
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SPQR: Gaul - War Dogs
Trained to ignore the noise and chaos of battle, the war dogs used by Gallic tribes were easily capable of ripping the throat out of an enemy. Attacking on command, their handlers assembled them into waves of slavering killers who...
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Early Imperial Romans: Camel Rider Unit
Dromedarii were camel riding auxiliary forces recruited in the eastern, desert, provinces of the Roman empire. The best-known unit was the "ala I ulpia dromedariorum milliaria" (The Ulpian Wing of Camel-riders, One Thousand strong), raised by the Emperor Trajan and...
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Early Imperial Romans: Praetorian Guard
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. Despite being...
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Early Imperial Romans: Legionaries and Scorpion boxed set
Well-drilled, and clad in his segmented armour the Legionary was the lifeblood of the Roman war machine - there was no kingdom or state that could withstand the unforgiving Legions of the Roman empire... This boxed set contains 20 multi-part,...
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