Vercingetorix, Gallic Celt ChieftainAdd to Wish List
A politician, war leader and chieftain of the Arverni, at the battle of Gergovia Vercingetorix led a decisive win against the much feared ranks of the Roman Legions, forcing Caesar to withdraw from the field. Astute and cunning, he formed alliances with...
Early Imperial Romans: Western Auxiliary Archers ContuberniumAdd to Wish List
Clad in their trademark chain mail these auxiliary archers are from the western provinces of the Roman Empire. The Western Archers Contubernium contains 8 random metal models. Models supplied unassembled and unpainted
Early Imperial Romans: EngineersAdd to Wish List
“So, what did the Romans ever do for us? Nothing! ... Well. Yes Reg, apart from the roads...and the aqueducts, and the buildings....etc etc" When the Roman Legionaries were not imposing themselves physically on their new neighbours they were put...
Early Imperial Romans: Mounted Roman General and WarhoundAdd to Wish List
After the phenomenal success of our Unleash Hell! Roman General on Foot and Hound we now present a mounted Roman General and Warhound, charging forward to the enemy lines…Accompanied by his faithful warhound this general is the perfect centrepiece for any Roman...
Early Imperial Romans: Legionary CommandAdd to Wish List
With any self-respecting Roman general fielding multiple units of legionaries it's only natural we provide even more variety to the command models in the plastic boxed set. These highly detailed models represent a highly decorated centurion with vinestick under arm...
Early Imperial Romans: Balearic Slingers contuberniumAdd to Wish List
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...
Ancient Celts: Female Warriors packAdd to Wish List
Celtic society provided equal opportunities for women - they ruled and they fought alongside the men. Great names such as Boadicea and Cartimandua will long be remembered but there are also many accounts of Celtic women joining raiding parties. The...
Pompey the Great & Marcus CrassusAdd to Wish List
Pompey Gnaeus Pompeius Magnus (29 September 106BCE – 29 September 48BCE) - from rich Italian stock and the old families of Rome, he was a controversial figure prone to bouts of military genius then towering moods of petulance and paranoia. Pompey...
Early Imperial Romans: Auxiliary CommandAdd to Wish List
Auxiliary troops fought in line much like their legionary counterparts and were not, as is fashionable to suggest, lesser quality troops - in fact they were the equal of the legionary in training, drill and combat capability. Recruited initially from...
Early Imperial Romans: CiviliansAdd to Wish List
It wasn't all coming, seeing and conquering - there were a few civilians in Imperial Rome as well. Warlord presents a selection of Plebs for your amusement, for adding character to dioramas or representing those stragglers that couldn't get off...