Thursday, 5 September 2019

15mm Medieval Cavalry Before and After........

A unit of cavalry in it's shiny best before a glorious charge.........

                                         ...........and then the after the less than glorious outcome!

A unit of (good guys) cavalry for my fantasy gaming from Peter Pig with the casualties from Essex Miniatures!

Before..........






After............




There are never enough casualty figures, companies need to add them to all ranges.......

46 comments:

  1. Good looking mounted unit but frankly even better looking bunch of casualties!
    Best Iain

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  2. Never enough casualty figures, agree with you Fran..and congrats, wonderful job on them and on the cavalry!

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  3. Now that made me chuckle! Nice job on the figures.

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  4. Hope the casualties are from the enemy side! How come they're not splashed with blood?

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  5. Great work! My charges end up with the same result!

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  6. Top work Fran. I do like a casualty or two myself!

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    1. Casualties are great as long as they're the other guys!

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  7. Hehehe, I love those casualties :)

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  8. Lovely Medieval "tanks", Fran! Love the look of them lined up for the charge.

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  9. Excellent miniature! Wonderful job!
    Thinking about another gaming era !!!! My poor wallet))))

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  10. I think I'd stick with the before, the after doesn't look too fun haha

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  11. A lovely unit Fran. Hopefully they won't have too much need for those casualty markers.

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  12. An excellent combo of figures mate. Nice one.

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  13. Both before and after are great. What about the during; a mixed stand of mounted and casuality?

    Cheers, Ross

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  14. Dead!? They aint dead, No, no.....No, they´s stunned! Beautiful plumage!

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  15. Time to develop some KIA figures. I will need a workshop.

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  16. Terrific work Francis! I agree, as ghoulish as it sounds, there needs to be more casualty figures in the marketplace.

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