Early Imperial Romans: Mounted Roman General and Warhound
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: 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...
Celtic Warriors Command sprue
The price is for a single plastic sprue. Please note: The sprue does NOT have any heads on it. There are extra heads on the Celtic Warriors sprue Supplied unpainted
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...
Ancient Celts: Warhound Pack
Want to add more slavering hounds for your Dog Handler to unleash? Look no further - this pack contains 5 random metal WarhoundsSaves you 25p against buying them separatelyNote: models are supplied unpainted
Rome's Dacian Wars - Hail Caesar Supplement
Fighting Trajan's invasion of Dacia with model soldiers At the end of the first century AD, the Roman Empire was the greatest military power the world had ever seen. All of Western Europe south of the Rhine and the Danube,...
Ancient Celts: Celtic Warriors plastic boxed set
Renowned for their ferocity in battle, what the Celts lacked in drill or armour they made up for in determination and spirit. Fighting with sword, spear and javelin, they would hurl themselves at their enemies to sweep them away or...
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,...
50mm metal Spears (50)
Sick of your models looking like they are wielding telegraph poles instead of spears? Well, look no further - these 50mm long metal spear are not only more accurate dimensionally but are very tough to boot! This pack contains 50...
EIR Legionary shield designs waterslide transfers
Allowing you to have the same shield design across your whole army this sheet provides superb value for money. Easy to use and looking great when finished we recommend you give the models coat of Anti-shine matt varnish to protect...
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...
Early Imperial Romans: Officers
The perfect complement to your army of plastic and metal Legionaries, Auxiliaries and war machines, these two finely-detailed miniatures will sit proudly behind your battleline directing your troops to victory! There was little discernable difference between the equipment of a...
Early Imperial Romans: Optios
Second in command to the Centurion in a Century the Optio was an important post for Legionary or auxiliary to aspire to. Wielding their trademark staff which would have been used to dress the ranks as much as for a...
Dark Ages: Viking Hirdmen plastic boxed set
Warlord Games are pleased to present Gripping Beast's new Viking Hirdsmen plastic boxed set. Bent solely on pillaging monasteries, enslaving the helpless and massacring all who stood in their way the Viking Raiders are truly a force to be feared....
Ancient Celts: Druids
A combination of priest, healer, scholar and spiritualist, the Druids inspired loyalty and great feats of arms in their Celtic charges. The Romans hated and feared the Druids in equal measure, singling the Druids out as public enemy number one...
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...
Early Imperial Romans: Legionary Command
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: Auxiliary Command
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: 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...