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  • Celtic Warriors Box 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 die trying...

    This boxed set contains 40 multi-part, hard plastic 28mm Celtic Warriors.

    Comes replete with weapon options such as spear, sword and javelins and with great extras such as spare weapons, helmet icons and severed heads!

    Also contains superb, full-colour self-adhesive shield stickers to bring your models to life! Note: miniatures are supplied unassembled and unpainted.

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  • 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 backgrounds and cultures, bonded together into tough units, officered by Romans. Auxiliary units did a great deal of the fighting despite the glory boys in the Legions receiving all the acclaim!
    Warlord's Auxiliaries can be used in any region where the might of the Roman War Machine trod its iron-studded sandals. On our box art we show a unit of Celtic Auxiliaries stationed in the Middle East, policing people who didn’t want policing – just one of the many tough tasks carried out by the Auxilia.
    Our 24 auxiliaries are equipped in chainmail and carry the hasta stabbing spear and gladius shortsword. They carry the trademark oval shield and could be seen on the battlefield supporting the Legions or as an independent force in their own right.
    The box contains:

    Enough plastic parts to make 20 Auxiliary models
    Metal Command Group - Optio, Centurion, Standard Bearer and Hornblower
    1 sheet of 35 shield transfers, with a clear background which will work over any coloured shield background.
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  • Early Imperial Romans: Praetorian Guard

    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. Despite being formed to protect the Emperor they quickly became a powerful political force which could make or break an Emperor, Indeed the Praetorian Guard had, in its time had Emperors deposed, murdered and even auctioned the Roman Empire off at one point! Truly they were the power behind the throne. This boxed set contains 20 multi-part, hard plastic 28mm tall Roman Praetorian Guard Comes replete with options to arm them with pilum or gladius and with great extras such as spare helmets, pila, shields and a cavalry helmet with metal faceplate! Also contains superb, full-colour waterslide shield transfers to bring your models to life

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  • Egyptian Archers Warlord Hail Ceasar

    Archers were an important part of the Egyptian army, if not the most important part of all. The powerful composite bow, made from laminated strips of wood, was probably introduced by the Hyksos invaders prior to the New Kingdom, and was certainly in use by Egyptian troops from the time of Akhenaten (the Amarna period as it is often known). It was a very effective weapon that was said to be capable of shooting an arrow able to pierce a copper sheet three fingers thick.

    Troops such as these fought in the campaigns of Ramesses II against the Hittites and their Canaanite allies, when the pharaoh engaged the Hittite King Muwatallis II in battle at Kadesh in 1274 BC. On that occasion they probably had little opportunity to use their deadly weapons, suddenly finding themselves ambushed by Hittite chariots emerging from concealed positions as they marched towards the Canaanite city.

    These archers wear a form of laminated banded armour, probably made from stiffened cloth, and a frontal flap that covers the groin – probably also made from reinforced fabric. Their characteristic cloth headgear could be a form of padded armour, or plaited headdress, or it might be a simple cloth covering a helmet. In any case it afforded some protection for troops in the thick of battle.

    This Warlord Games box set contains 16 metal miniatures

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  • Imperial Roman Legionaries 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, hard plastic 28mm tall Imperial Roman Legionaries & one plastic scorpion catapult and crew.

    Also contains superb, full-colour waterslide shield transfers to bring your models to life!

    Note: miniatures are supplied unassembled and unpainted.

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  • Macedonians Royal Guard plastic boxed set

    Silver Shields, White Shields and Brazen Shields - all elite hypaspist regiments that can be represented on the tabletop. Box contains 24 plastic and metal figures Note: Models supplied unassembled and unpainted

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  • Warlord Hail Caesar Caesarian Romans with Gladius

    This Warlord Hail Caesar Caesarian Romans with Gladius Box contains 24 plastic infantry including command. 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 centurion, standard bearer and musician. Using the same bodies as the legionaries, these will be able to be built in a variety of poses as a result. As you can see, these models are considerably different from our Imperial Roman legionaries with chainmail armour, oval shields and Montefortino helmet. We’ve added arms with slings to the sprues as an unusual optional extra to the gladius and pilum arms. Note: Models supplied unassembled and unpainted

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  • Warlord Hail Caesar Caesarian Romans with Pilum

    This Warlord Hail Caesar Caesarian Romans with Pilum Box contains 24 plastic infantry including command.

    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 centurion, standard bearer and musician. Using the same bodies as the legionaries, these will be able to be built in a variety of poses as a result.

    As you can see, these models are considerably different from our Imperial Roman legionaries with chainmail armour, oval shields and Montefortino helmet.

    We’ve added arms with slings to the sprues as an unusual optional extra to the gladius and pilum arms.

    Note: Models supplied unassembled and unpainted
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  • Warlord Hail Caesar Hittite Chariot Squadron

    The Hittite military made successful use of chariots. Although belonging to the Bronze Age, they were the forerunners of the Iron Age, developing the manufacture of iron artifacts from as early as the 14th century BC, when letters to foreign rulers reveal the latter's demand for iron goods.

    The Chariot Squadron contains three Later Hittite or other central Anatolian 3-man, 2-horse chariot. Each crew comprises a driver, and 2 spearmen, one of whom may have fought on foot as a runner. These chariots were slightly heavier in construction than other 2-horse chariots of the period, not least because it is likely that the wheel axle was further forward from the rear of the chariot cab, to support the weight of an extra crewman. Alternatively the chariot can be crewed by just 2 men and with a javelinman on foot acting as a chariot runner.

    Egyptian scenes of the Battle of Kadesh show Hittite chariots with spear armed charioteers, such as these, though it is possible that some were bow armed. Horses were now generally armoured with bronze scales as with the horses with this chariot.

    This Warlord Games box set contains:

    • 9 metal Crew
    • 3 metal Chariots

    The set also contains superb, full-colour waterslide shield transfers to bring your models to life!

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  • Warlord Hail Caesar Hittite Levy Archers

    Hupshu or peasant Archers levied into the city-state armies of Syria and Canaan, and those of Mitanni, Kassite & Middle Babylonia, Middle Kingdom Assyria and the Hittite Empire. The figures are also suitable for use in Early Hebrew (Habiru) armies for tribes such as Benjaminites as well as in other Desert Nomad armies of the Late Bronze Age.

    This Warlord Games box set contains 16 metal infantry figures.

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  • Warlord Hail Caesar Sarmatian Horse Archers

    Warlord Hail Caesar Sarmatian Horse Archers

    This Warlord Games box set contains 3 horse and 3 riders in metal

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  • Warlord Hail Ceasar Egyptian Slingers

    Warlord Hail Ceasar Egyptian Slingers

    This Warlord Games box set contains 8 metal figures

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  • Warlord Hail Ceasar Hittite Levy Javelinmen

    Warlord Hail Ceasar Hittite Levy Javelinmen

    This Warlord Games box set contains 8 metal figures

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  • Warlord Hail Ceasar Hittite Light Chariot

    Warlord Hail Ceasar Hittite Light Chariot

    This Warlord Games box set contains 1 metal light chariot and 3 crew

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  • Warlord Hail Ceasar Later Hittite Chariot (Heavy Chariot)

    Warlord Hail Ceasar Later Hittite Chariot (Heavy Chariot)

    This Warlord Games box set contains 1 metal light chariot and 3 crew

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  • Roman Auxiliary Cavalry with Spears Hail Caesar

    This Warlord pack contains 3 Imperial Roman Auxiliary horsemen armed with spears.

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  • Age of Bronze Hail Caesar Supplement

    For two thousand years; from 3000 BC to 1000 BC, warriors fought battles with weapons of bronze. This gleaming red-gold metal is an alloy of copper and tin. The warrior nobles rode into battle in chariots and were clad in bronze armour. Their followers gripped bronze thrusting spears, battle-axes and slashing swords. Battle was a dazzling sight as weapons and armour glinted in the sun amid the clash of bronze against bronze and the clatter of charging chariots. This was the heroic age of legend! When the sand and rubble is cleared away from the mighty ruins of the temples, tombs and strongholds of this time; the tales of these battles are revealed inscribed in stone and on the imperishable tablets of baked clay.

    Around the ancient carvings of the warriors, which inspire the model soldiers depicted in this book, are the reports of their deeds on the battlefield. From what they tell us we can recreate battles for our model armies. In this book you will find many battle scenarios and skirmishes all based on real events. We begin with the Sumerians, rival city states. Then we see the rise and fall of the first great empire of the Akkadians. Ancient Egyptians fight to unite their nation and repel Hyksos invaders. The mighty Hammurabi takes on rivals to create the kingdom of Babylon. The chariot Empires of the Hittites and Mitanni clash and try and hold their own against the New Kingdom Pharaohs and the Mycenaeans. Egyptian and Canaanite chariots battle on the plain of Megiddo. Heroes fight duels upon the plain of Troy. Then Sea Peoples and Habiru tribes challenge the chariot lords as we approach the dramatic end of Bronze Age.

    Age of Bronze contains 32 scenarios - in addition to the traditional Hail Caesar massed battles we introduce skirmish rules for smaller scale conflicts between warbands so often seen during this period.
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  • Age of Caesar Rulebook

    Age of Caesar Rulebook from Warlord Games contains 61 pages.

    With this supplement for Hail Caesar we invite you to come, see and conquer for yourself in a series of new scenarios representing key battles in the career of Julius Caesar. We take a detailed look at the armies of Rome and her enemies, and we consider the lives of some of the greatest Roman commanders of them all, together with suitable rules to represent them on the tabletop.

    A copy of the Hail Caesar rulebook is required to use this supplement.

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  • Age of Caesar, Hail Caesar Supplement

    Gaius Julius Caesar was surely the most famous Roman of all time – conqueror, statesman and founder of an empire that would shape the destiny of the world. What’s more, we know just how great a commander he was because he took the trouble to write and tell us so, recording his heroic exploits in all their gloriously impressive detail.

    Join the mighty Caesar at the beginning of his glittering career of conquest and refight one of his most famous battles against those heinous enemies of civilisation, the dreaded Germans led by none other than that ambitious fiend Ariovistus of the Suebi.

    March with Caesar’s legions into the land of implacable savages as our hero subjugates the barbarous Gauls and confronts that most dangerous of moustachioed monstrosities the treacherous chieftain of the Arverni tribe, Vercingetorix.

    Cross the Rubicon and cast your own dice as Caesar pursues his rival Romans across continents in the Roman Civil War, facing his most deadly challenge yet in the form of famed conqueror of the East, Pompey the Great. Fight by Caesar’s side as he wages war for mastery of the Roman World upon battlefields soaked in Roman blood.

    Regretfully we cannot tarry, as did Caesar, in the arms of Egypt’s beautiful Queen Cleopatra, but we can join him for the concluding battles of the Civil War in Africa, where we shall at last confront Caesar’s relentless opponents together with the armies of that inveterate enemy of Rome, King Juba of Numidia.

    With this supplement for Hail Caesar we invite you to come, see and conquer for yourself in a series of new scenarios representing key battles in the career of Julius Caesar. We take a detailed look at the armies of Rome and her enemies, and we consider the lives of some of the greatest Roman commanders of them all, together with suitable rules to represent them on the tabletop.

    A copy of the Hail Caesar rulebook is required to use this supplement.
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  • Ancient British Warband

    There can be few more characterful people than the ancient Britons. With their trademark spikey limed hair and magnificently droopy moustaches and painted with woad battle-markings they were as colourful and they were ferocious

    This boxed set contains enough plastic and metal parts to make 30 Ancient British Warriors. With several variants of limed hair and distinctinctive helmets (such as the 'Waterloo' helmet) plus new metal shields such as the Battersea-style shield they cut an impressive and rather worrying-looking bunch!

    The boxes set also contains a metal upper torso to allow to you to include a British Chieftain as well as new carynx and standards.

    So, whether you are starting a new British army or merely looking to add more character to an existing Celt army these chaps shouldn't be overlooked!

    Also contains superb, full-colour selfadhesive (not waterslide!) shield transfers to bring your models to life!

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  • Ancient Greek Hoplites

    Ancient Greek Hoplites

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  • Britannia - Rome's Invasion of Britain Book

    In 43AD Aulus Plautius led the Roman legions to the edge of the known world: to the mysterious land of the Britons. The Emperor Claudius demanded a victory, and what better way of doing it than to bring this savage nation under the Roman yoke. Rome commanded huge armies of professional soldiers with the infrastructure needed to feed, transport, equip and command them. Opposing this mighty military machine was a mere patchwork of tribes and wild barbarian warriors. Refusing to yield to the conquerors, one man emerged as the champion of the Britons: Caractacus! Defeated in open battle, Caractacus turned to guerilla warfare: raiding and ambushing enemy troops on the march. No Roman could defeat him; in the end it was treachery that overcame the Briton’s greatest champion: the treachery of Queen Cartimadua of the Brigantes. It was another Queen of the Britons who, ten years later, led the greatest rebellion of all against Roman rule: Boudica, Queen of the Iceni. Years of resentment and oppression boiled over into a war that almost drove the Romans from Britain altogether,burning London and humbling even the mighty legions. This then is the story of the Roman invasion of Britain, from the Claudian Conquest and wars of Caractacus until the defeat of Boudica and the destruction of the druids upon Mona. Included in this supplement is a map-based campaign game recreating the invasion, as well as historical scenarios covering the wars of Caractacus and the Boudican revolt. A copy of the Hail Caesar rulebook is required to use this supplement. This rulebook needs little preamble so read on to find out all the juicy details!

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  • Caesarian Roman Cavalry

    Caesarian Roman Cavalry from Warlord Games contains 10 metal models.

    The horsemen of the later Roman Republic were unlikely to be Roman at all. Caesar famously recruited his cavalry from among the Gauls and Germans that he fought and allied with during his campaigns of conquest.

    During the Civil War, Pompey raised a huge army from his strongholds in the eastern provinces. These included cavalry units from Greece and Thrace, as well as those from further afield in Anatolia and Syria. Roman cavalry were equipped along much the same lines as auxiliary infantry, with iron mail armour, bronze helmets, and a mix of stout spears and light javelins they could throw. They also carried an oval shield similar to that borne by the auxiliary infantry.

    Although far from numerous, cavalry played a decisive part in many battles of the period, including at the battle of Pharsalus when Pompey’s cavalry drove away Caesar’s numerically inferior horsemen, only to fall into disorder when Caesar brought his infantry reserves forward to counter the milling mass of riders.

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  • Caesarians Pullo and Vorenus, Heroes of Rome

    Pack contains 2 metal figures.
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  • 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 of officers.

    This hoary, dramatically-posed veteran is just what you want to lead your best Cohort. Of course he can also be used as a regular centurion in your other units!

    The Primus Pilus pack contains 1 metal Centurion model including metal scutum shield.

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  • Germania, Hail Caesar Supplement

    This 56-page sourcebook, written by Neil Smith, chronicles the devastating blow suffered by the Romans in the Teutoberger Wald at the hands of the Germanic tribes led by Arminius. The battle, also known by the Romans as the Varian Disaster, saw the Germans ambush and destroy three Roman legions and their supporting troops. The book covers both the battle and the aftermath - a period that was something of a watershed for Rome's ambitions in Germany...

    Germania also covers the varying tribes that made up the Germanic forces as well as scenarios and special rules.
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  • Hail Caesar - Saxon Ceorls

    Hail Caesar is a game of tabletop battles with model soldiers set in the Ancients era. Pit your wits and tactics against your friends as your armies clash in combat on the tabletop. 

    Description
     
    Armies of the warring Anglo-Saxon kingdoms were a common sight on the British Isles from 5th to 11th Century.
     
    Ceorls (also spelt Churls) were free peasants who formed the basis of society in Anglo-Saxon England.
     
    Their free status was marked by their right to bear arms, military service in the fyrd (army), attendance at local courts, and payment of dues directly to the king.
     
    Unarmoured and armed with spears, swords and axes, Ceorls rallied under the dragon standards at their lord’s call to arms.
     
    Models supplied unassembled and unpainted
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  • Hail Caesar - Saxon Starter Army

    Hail Caesar is a game of tabletop battles with model soldiers set in the Ancients era. Pit your wits and tactics against your friends as your armies clash in combat on the tabletop. Description Leading with a Saxon Warlord, defend your homes and land with this Saxon starter army! This complete starter set includes: 1 exclusive metal Saxon Warlord 4 metal Saxon Hearthguard 64 Saxon Ceorls 64 Saxon Thegns 4 waterslide decal sheets for shields Models supplied unassembled and unpainted

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  • Hail Caesar - Saxon Thegns

    Hail Caesar is a game of tabletop battles with model soldiers set in the Ancients era. Pit your wits and tactics against your friends as your armies clash in combat on the tabletop. 

    Description
     
    Thegns, the wealthy noblemen of Anglo-Saxon kingdoms, served as retainers for their lords, fulfilling their obligation of military service.
     
    Well-trained and equipped, thegns served as infantrymen, clad in chain mail armour and iron helmets shields.
     
    Led to battle under dragon banners, they provided Saxon armies with a steadfast, hard-hitting core.
     
    Models supplied unassembled and unpainted
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  • Hail Caesar - Viking Bondi

    Hail Caesar is a game of tabletop battles with model soldiers set in the Ancients era. Pit your wits and tactics against your friends as your armies clash in combat on the tabletop. 

    Description:

     
    Bondi were free men, craftsmen, farmers, sailors and traders.
     
    Contents:
     
    32 plastic Viking Bondi warriors
    Colour decal sheet
    Colour banner sheet
    As Bondi, they had the right to join their lord’s army and sail West in search of riches and glory.
     
    They bore spears, swords, axes and bows, but rarely wore any armour other than helmets and shields.
     
    Models supplied unassembled and unpainted
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  • Hail Caesar - Viking Hirdmen

    Hail Caesar is a game of tabletop battles with model soldiers set in the Ancients era. Pit your wits and tactics against your friends as your armies clash in combat on the tabletop. 

    Description
    Hirdmen were professional soldiers within a Viking lord's household (hird).
     
    Contents:
     
    32 plastic Viking Hirdmen warriors
    Colour decal sheet
    Colour banner sheet
    A mainstay of Viking armies, these fearsome warriors would be well equipped with the best weapons and armour available be they spears, swords, hand axes, or the mighty two-handed Dane axe.
     
    Clad in chainmail, shields and helmets Hirdmen were deeply loyal to their commander and their comrades-in-arms.
     
    Models supplied unassembled and unpainted
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  • Hail Caesar - Viking Starter Army

    Hail Caesar is a game of tabletop battles with model soldiers set in the Ancients era. Pit your wits and tactics against your friends as your armies clash in combat on the tabletop. Description Expand to new lands and raid across Britania with a full Viking army! This Starter set includes: 1 exclusive Viking Warlord 4 metal Beserkers 64 plastic Hirdman 64 plastic Bondi 4 waterslide decal sheet for Viking shields Models supplied unassembled and unpainted

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  • Hail Caesar Army List Book

    Hail Caesar Army List Book - Biblical to Early Medieval

     

    This volume consolidates Hail Caesar army lists from the dawn of civilization up until the early thirteenth century into a single volume. These army lists bring special rules and army compositions that are not necessarily found within the main Hail Caesar rulebook, thus allowing players to use a list that pertains to their personal collection of miniatures. Within, you’ll find no fewer than 123 army lists ranging from around the 30th Century BC up to the early 13th Century AD. Army lists included:
     
     
    Old and Middle Kingdom Egypt
    Nubian
    Akkad and Sumer
    Early Arab Raiders
    Amorite Babylonia
    Canaanites
    Hittites
    Mitanni
    Mycenean and Minoan
    New Kingdom Egyptian
    Early Assyrian
    North European Bronze age
    Libyan
    Sea Peoples
    Israel and Judeah
    Assyrian Empire
    Neo-Babylonian
    Urartu
    Scythian
    Saite Egyptian
    Lydian
    Kyrenean Greek
    Early Achaemenid Persian
    Early Carthaginian
    Hoplite Greek
    Thracian
    Samnites
    Later Hoplite Greek army
    Pauravan and Mauryan Indians
    Syracusian
    Camillan Rome
    Gauls
    Illyrian
    Later Achaemenid Persian
    Alexandrian Macedonian
    Qin China
    Alexander's Successors
    Hellenistic Greek
    Bactrian Grek
    Carthaginian
    Galatians
    Parthians
    Republican Rome
    Numidian
    Merotic Kushite
    Spanish
    Late Macedonian
    Seleucid
    Ptolemaic
    Han China
    Pyrrhic
    Celtiberian
    Early German
    Maccabean Jewish
    Sarmatians
    Artaxiad Armenian
    Ancient Britons
    Mithandric Pontic
    Dacian
    Marian Roman
    Imperial Roman
    Jewish Revolt
    Kushan
    Palmyran
    Middle Imperial Roman
    Sassanid Persian
    Goths
    Early Saxon
    Franks
    Huns
    Late Imperial Roman
    African Vandals
    White Huns
    Gepids
    Spanish Visigoths
    Ostrogothic Italy
    Early Byzantine
    Lombards
    Scots-Irish
    Arthurian-British
    Welsh
    Merovingian Franks
    Avars
    Picts
    Khazars
    Arab Conquest
    Bulgars
    Tang China
    Thematic Byzantine
    Arab Empire
    Carolingean Franks
    Pecheneg
    Anglo Saxon
    Rus
    Vikings
    Almoravid Moors
    Fatamid Egypt
    Tagmatic Byzantine
    Al-Andalus
    Christian Spain
    Ghaznavid
    Liao China and Kara-Khitan Khaganate
    Norman
    Seljuk Turks
    Feudal French
    Feudal Germans
    Feudal Polish
    Early Hungarian
    Ayyubid Egyptians
    Sung China
    Italo-Norman
    Feudal Scots
    Early Russian
    Khwarazmian Persian
    Comnenian Byzantine
    Burid and Zengid Syria
    Japanese
    Plantagenet English
    Lombard League
    Crusaders
    Later Welsh
    Teutonic Crusaders
    Mongol
     
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  • Imperial Roman Starter Army

    The perfect way to start your Imperial Roman army or add additional units of the bravest Soldiers to your army. The Starter Army includes the following: 60 Imperial Roman Legionaries 20 Praetorian Guard 20 Veterans 24 Auxiliaries (command not included) Comes with all the full colour transfers needed for the units. Buying all these items would cost over £85 Yours for the great price of £60

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  • Macedonian Cavalary

    Macedonian Cavalary were the finest and most aggressive heavy cavalry of their time and they were armed with long, heavy spears designed to pierce armour and overcome enemy cavalrymen more accustomed to skirmishing or fencing with lighter weapons. Riders also carried weighty swords for fighting hand-to-hand and were protected by a bronze cuirass or linothorax style armour as worn by Greek infantry. They also wore bronze helmets – often the open-faced Boeotian style of helmet, which afforded good visibility and enabled the horsemen to more easily hear the commands of his officers than enclosed types of helmet. So armed the Companions overcome their enemies and won the empire and everlasting fame of Alexander the Great!

    8 xyston armed metal Macedonian Royal cavalry including command group

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  • Roman Marines Contubernium

    The Romans fielded all manner of specialist troops over their extensive empire, many whose roles are still to be seen today in existing armies. Here we present the Marines, who fought all over the known world as detachments on naval ships, accompanied merchant ships on occasion and also took part in amphibious operations. They are not much written about, and our models are based on best guess and evidence that we have available to us.
     
    We have given them non ferrous helmets as the last thing you need is more iron to clean of rust! Chain mail rather than Lorica we thought more appropriate to the flexibility of their tasks, and a more manageable shield, with appropriate naval markings of course..Spear and javelin rather than heavy pilum and a good warm cloak complete our study of these tough fellows. 
     
    Warlord Miniatures supplied unassembled and unpainted. Contains 8 Roman Marines
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  • Roman Medicus

    This Medicus represents the cutting edge of Roman medical technology which sadly for his patient is on a par with your dad's tool box. By the time he's finished our brave legionary may well be wishing he'd tried his luck with the Celts.

    Now, pass me the hacksaw, statim...

    Here we have a great objective marker, diorama piece or even the ultimate casualty marker for Hail Caesar. It consists a Medicus, a legionary and what's left of a legionary along with some baskets and tools.
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  • Shield Wall Hail Caesar Supplement

    Description
    A notoriously unstable and rebellious member of the Roman Empire, Britannia was thrown into bloody conflict as the Western Roman Empire began to crumble. Axe, spear and sword became the dominant currency for those vying for control of the kingdoms.
     
    Shield Wall is a supplement for Hail Caesar which introduces the main battles, armies and personalities of the Dark Ages in the British Isles from around 400AD up to 1000AD.
     
    In addition to the traditional Hail Caesar massed battles the supplement introduces rules for smaller scale engagements between warbands as reflects much of this period. Shield Wall also contains campaign rules and several linked scenarios ­– from Badon Hill to Brunaburh.
     
    The army lists are included for Limitanei, early and late Saxons, Romano-British, Welsh-Cymru, Irish, Picts, Gaels, Vikings and Irish-Norse.
     
    A copy of the Hail Caesar rulebook is required to use this supplement
     
    When you order your copy of Shield Wall directly from the Warlord Webstore you can get a FREE figure!
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  • Spartans Plastic Warlord Box Set

    Spartans Plastic Warlord Box Set represent the most famous fighting men in history, and rightly so! Spartan Hoplites were respected and feared throughout Greece, and it was long thought that no land power could stand against them. Lacedaemon, with Sparta as its capital, stood firm against the imperial ambitions of the Athenians.

    The Classical period saw the height of Sparta's power as well as its eventual downfall at the hands of the Thebans. This Warlord Games box set allows you to build 40 Spartan Hoplites, wearing their distinctive Pilos helmets, long hair and characteristic beards. Also included is a sheet of waterside transfers with a selection of uniform lambda for the Hoplites' shields, and two sprues of arrows to further decorate your shields and bases.

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  • Tribesmen of Germania

    The Warband moved quickly, flitting through the dark forest, and as they closed in like wolves on the fold, sensed the nervousness in their foes. Rome's Legions had every right to be nervous. In 9AD, three Legions were put to flight then cut to pieces in the Teutoburg Forest when the great German leader, Arminius, treacherously led a huge German army to a glorious victory that sent shockwaves around the world.

    Tough, brutal and ferocious, the German tribes made sure that the Legions of Rome did not cross the Rhine for long. Armed with wicked long spears, and powerful wooden clubs to smash down the shields of even the strongest foes, the Germanic Tribesmen were truly opponents to be reckoned with.

    When they formed up in their characteristic wedge-shaped battle formation, screaming oaths and warcries that echoed in the dark forests of Germania, and worked up to a frenzy by their grizzled bear-like chiefs, it would be a brave Centurion indeed who entered the land of the Germanic tribesƒ?Ý

    These Germanic Tribesman are led by a fierce war leader, accompanied by a carynx blower and proud standard bearer. We have included all manner of shields and weaponry to represent these doughty fighters and have taken care to add in extra heads, showing their ferocity and traditional hair styles.

    Box contains 43 multi-pose metal and plastic foot figures
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  • Warlord Hail Caesar Ancient Britons: Boadicea Triumphant!

    With the rumble of wooden wheels and a flash of scarlet tresses, Boadicea, Queen of the Iceni will soon be making her way onto battlefields at the head of your Celt army in all her haughty and defiant glory.

    Famed for her stubborn resistance against the invading Roman Legions in the 1st Century AD, this powerful warrior queen banded together various British tribes to resist Roman occupation.

    This metal model contains:

    1 two-horse chariot
    Boadicea
    Boadicea's bodyguard
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  • Warlord Hail Caesar Ancient Celts: Cavalry boxed set

    This regiment offer combines the multi-pose flexibility of our superb plastic Celtic Warriors with finely detailed metal and resin components.

    The ponies come with the riders' legs attached - all you need to do is choose which upper torso and shield you want to add from the plastic sprue and due to the bowl-joint at the waist you're ready to swivel, tilt and otherwise position your model to your own taste! This gives you a great deal of flexibility and choice for your Celt army.

    Contains enough plastic, metal and resin parts to make 10 Celtic Cavalry miniatures:

    1 Plastic Celtic Warriors sprue
    10 metal Celtic horses with integral rider legs (2 with chainmail, 4 with tunic and 4 without tunic)
    1 resin Celt upgrade sprue (carynx, bucklers, javelins)
    1 metal standard with horse icon
    1 metal carnyx
    1 sheet of self-adhesive Celt Shield designs
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  • Warlord Hail Caesar Caesarian Roman command

    This Warlord Hail Caesar pack contains 3 Caesarian Roman command figures
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  • Warlord Hail Caesar Caesarian Roman Scorpio

    This Warlord Games Hail Caesar Pack contains 2 metal figures plus 1 metal support weapon.
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  • Warlord Hail Caesar Dacian Falxmen

    There were few ancient peoples who were able to challenge the might of Rome, but the fierce Dacians, hailing from what is largely modern Romania, were one of the exceptions. Fighting two mighty wars with Rome, the Dacians gave the Legions a bloody nose they would not forget! Fighting principally as infantry, the Dacians allied themselves with the highly skilled horsemen, and women, of Sarmatia, making a balanced and very powerful enemy force to fight, as the Romans found out to their cost. The most terrifying and effective Dacian troops were those armed with the lethal falx – a wicked looking double-handed war scythe that could shatter a shield and carve off a limb with a single blow. So fearsome was this weapon, the Romans developed additional armour to protect arms, legs and heads from it’s devastating impact. Sound the carnyx and raise the standard high, the Dacians are going to war! Pack contains 42 plastic & metal foot figures. Full-colour waterslide shield design decals included! Note: Models supplied unassembled and unpainted

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  • Warlord Hail Caesar Dacian Nobles

    To the sound of rasping carynx horns and wild cries, the elite infantry of the Dacian army would surge forward against their invading Roman foe, intimidating them with their wild barbarian appearance and fierce countenance. Marking them out as warriors of a higher rank or caste, Dacian noblemen wore felt Phrygian caps. Being of higher social status, Nobles would be better equipped than their countrymen, with chainmail, helmets and more ornate weaponry being the norm. These tough warriors were eager to close with their hated enemy and punish them for trespassing into their homeland. This box of Dacian nobles is the hitting power your Dacian army needs to drive out the Romans once and for all! Pack contains 42 plastic & metal foot figures. Full-colour waterslide shield design decals included!

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  • Warlord Hail Caesar Dacians Sarmatian Cataphracts

    When the Roman armies crossed the Danube and clashed with the tough Dacians of present day Romania they may not have counted on them bringing along their warlike allies, the Sarmatians.

    The Sarmatians seem to have become staunch friends of the Dacians, and together they proved to be a formidable opponent. Their primary military arm was their cavalry, which they employed by the thousand. Most effective of all was the cataphract, a warrior clad in a full armour from head to toe and riding a strong horse which itself was well protected by skirts of leather cloth and armour.  This armour was commonly called scale mail and could be made of iron, bronze or indeed horn.

    They fought in massed units, using the Kontos, a wicked long spear wielded with both hands to skewer their opponents and secondary weapons included maces and, especially, long swords.

    Supported by fearsome horse archers, some of whom were warrior women, they were a mobile and hard hitting foe, evading where possible the less mobile Roman marching columns until conditions favoured their style of attack. Warlord's Sarmatians catch the wild look of these hard riding cavalry; woe betide your enemies when they break from their trot to a full charge!

    This Warlord Games Hail Caesar box contains 8 metal Cataphracts including Command.

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