28mm 1/56th scale Hard Plastic Celtic Chariots and crews
This set includes 3 x Celtic chariots and 6 horses. Figures include 6 drivers, 8 armoured fighting crew, 3 Boudiceas and 3 Druids. There are many head and arm options. To enhance the chariots we have included severed heads, ornaments, ribbons and javelin cases.
Figures need assembly and painting.
Trained to ignore the noise and chaos of battle, the war dogs used by Gallic tribes were easily capable of ripping the throat out of an enemy. Attacking on command, their handlers assembled them into waves of slavering killers who could break even a disciplined line. Contains 3 Warlord Resin models with 12 Dogs
Dacian tribesmen were poorer or less skilful than the falxmen and nobles, but provided support that was more than adequate in the form of javelins, sling stones and arrows. In sufficient numbers, they were capable of facing even veteran soldiers and many a legionary met his end at their hands.
Though slings are slow to fire in comparison with other ranged weapons in the game, they pack quite a punch and benefit from enormous range, keeping the relatively fragile Tribesmen out of enemy range. Couple this with their 'Hit and Run' special rule and take 10 or more to activate the 'strength in numbers' special rule - and make the lowly tribesmen troublesome for even the most experienced enemy warrior.
Contains 12 infantry in Warlord resin.
Whether from Dacia or Sarmatia, a hero that leads a Dacia & Sarmatia Warband is a renowned warrior and a veteran of many battles. Dacian Heroes know the value of fortifications, and prolonged wars against Rome by retreating to fortified places. Sarmatian Heroes are prone to pick fights whatever the odds. This can lead to differences of opinion among Dacian and Sarmatian commanders.
In addition to providing a generic Dacian hero on foot and a generic mounted Sarmatian hero, this box set contains Dacian King Decebalus, both on foot and mounted. As king of Dacia, Decebalus (the ‘Brave’) roused his people to consistently thwart Roman attempts to conquer his nation. Allying with the horsemen of Sarmatia, he proved to be a constant thorn in the side of two emperors and even forced the Emperor Trajan to peaceful terms – for a while.
When fielding King Decebalus, you also have the option to field his Shaman Advisor. Susages constantly whispers in the king's ears, bringing the benefits of his many years of wisdom. However, the king has a habit of bringing Susages right into the heart of battle to hear this advice, much to the shaman’s consternation!
Contains 3 infantry and 2 cavalry in Warlord Resin.