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Army Muster is a method of collecting tailored to those all-important core units in our mass-battle historical wargames. An easy way to expand existing and new collections alike, each Army Muster bundle contains three copies of one of our boxed sets, plus a complementary product that will support your new soldiers nicely on the tabletop.
Celt Warriors: The Celts were a proud warrior people who dominated much of Europe for a thousand years and dared to defy the might of Rome and her all-conquering armies.
Renowned for their ferocity in battle, what they lacked in drill or armour they made up for with determination and spirit. Fighting with sword, spear and javelin, they would hurl themselves at the enemy or die trying.
A Celtic army is one of history's greatest spectacles - a mass of brightly patterned clothing and tattoos charging headlong at their enemy, supported by speeding chariots, fast cavalry and missile troops armed with sling, bow and javelin.
Romans viewed Celts with a mixture of loathing, fear and awe. To them, Celts were savages, dangerous barbarians who, centuries before the first Emperor, had sacked Rome itself. They must be bought as mercenaries or destroyed in pitched battle!
The Legion may have been a near invincible fighting machine, but the Celts time and gain would prove to be the undoing of many of Rome's soldiers. Fighting for their tribe or for freedom, they proved a valorous and worthy adversary.
This Army Muster Bundle Contains enough miniatures to make a total of 120 plastic Celtic Warriors. Additionally, this Army Muster contains two free command miniatures: an army standard bearer and Vercingetorix, Gallic Celt Chieftain.