Ancient British WarriorsAdd to Wish List
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...
Alexander the Great & Philip II of MacedonAdd to Wish List
Alexander the Great, son of Philip II of Macedon, tutored by Aristotle and undefeated in battle. He created one of the largest empires of the ancient world and for this feat, he is considered one of history's most successful commanders....
Early Imperial Romans: Auxiliary cavalry with spears RegimentAdd to Wish List
Anyone who's seen the film Gladiator can envision the devastating impact a Roman regiment can bring to an enemy formation (those Germans were far from pleased). Now you can add your own units of hard-hitting Imperial Roman horsemen to your...
Early Imperial Romans: Western Auxiliary Archers RegimentAdd to Wish List
Clad in their trademark chain mail these auxiliary archers are from the western provinces of the Roman Empire. The Western Archers Regiment contains 16 random metal models. Models supplied unassembled and unpainted
Hail Caesar CollectionAdd to Wish List
Collection contains the Hail Caesar rulebook and both and army lists plus the free Roman Centurion miniature So aside from Rick Priestly's firsthand experience of classical civilisations what else do you get? A 200 page full colour, hardback rulebook By...
Ancient Britons: Mastiff PackmasterAdd to Wish List
The Ancient Britons not only used Mastiffs for hunting but they also played an important role on the battlefield. Packs of Mastiffs would be unleashed to unsettle the enemy and also to knock horsemen from their saddles so that the Ancient British warriors could despatch them...
Wars of the Roses: Infantry (1455-1487) plastic boxed setAdd to Wish List
The box contains 40 plastic 28mm infantry figures (i.e. bodies, 14 different), including four fully armoured command and enough parts to build up to 18 billmen (i.e. pairs of arms with polearms) and up to 30 archers (i.e. pairs of...
Early Imperial Romans: BallistaAdd to Wish List
With the absorption of the Greek states into the Roman Republic in 146BC the highly advanced Greek military technology started to find its way into the Roman military - chief amongst these was the Ballista, a stone-throwing siege engine. After...
Dark Ages: Saxon Thegns plastic boxed setAdd to Wish List
Gripping Beast's plastic Saxon Thegns have arrived! The Thegns (pronounced Thanes) were nobles of Saxon England who held land in return for military service. In times of war they served their Lords as the military elite of the Saxon armies....
Early Imperial Romans: OnagerAdd to Wish List
Woe betide enemies of Rome who thought themselves safe behind their stockade, earthern rampart or high stone wall.All the fortifications in the world would count for naught when the Roman legions brought up their migty war engines. Chief amongst them...
Wars of the Roses: Mounted Men-at-Arms (1450-1500) plastic boxed setAdd to Wish List
This box contains 12 mounted Men at Arms that can be used for most European armies. There is seperate horse armour for mounts if needed and 7 different horse heads (25 in total). The Men at Arms have 14 right arm options...
Caesarian Romans with pilumAdd to Wish List
Sculpted by the very talented Wojtek these fabulous miniatures represent a return to Warlord's very first range of miniatures - the Romans! As you'd imagine, the plastic command group comprises of a centurion, standard bearer and musician. Using the same...