Warlords of Erehwon: Bandits & BrigandsAdd to Wish List
Lowlier than even the retainers of the Samurai Warbands are the Bandits and Brigands - a ragtag assembly of warriors bearing whichever weapon is most handy. The inhabitants of Erehwon would do wisely to stay on the beaten track, lest...
Warlords of Erehwon: NinjaAdd to Wish List
Striking from the shadows before fading away into blackness, these legendary figures has become a staple of popular culture from the early 19th century onwards. Our portrayal of these cold-blooded killers is a little tongue-in-cheek, with their black pyjamas and...
Warlord of Erehwon: Onna-bugeisha with longbowsAdd to Wish List
From the earliest days of Japanese rule, women were trained in the art of battle, becoming proficient with knives and pole weapons. When communities were short of male fighters, the women would step up to bolster the ranks, using their...
Warlord of Erehwon: Sohei Warrior Monks with naginataAdd to Wish List
These holy warriors are known as Sohei (monk soldiers), representing the militant arm of Buddhism on the islands of Japan between the 10th and 17th centuries. Like the crusading orders of European knights, these brotherhoods of battle-hardened warriors fought as...
Children of the Hydra's Teeth - Skeleton HostAdd to Wish List
The undead horde is primarily made up of corpse-soldiers that we call skeletons but the list can easily represent a variety of interpretations of undead warriors in various states of decay. At its head we have an undead champion -...