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Simon Miller
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Grognard wargamer from Muswell Hill
Grognard wargamer from Muswell Hill

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Lovely painting by Shaun!

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We happy few
These happy few represent Henry V and the centre battle at Agincourt, and were all painted by David Imrie (Saxon Dog). Most are Perry plastics but I believe there are also a couple of his "Claymores" in there. I have simply re-based them on a Batbase for 15...

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Persia!
These are Foundry Casting Room Persians, which were superbly painted for me by Shaun Watson ( Redzed ). He has really outdone himself! The range is a partial one but could be combined with the Foundry Persians to tick most of the boxes of a Persian army. Wo...

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This is the ECW collection to which I aspire! Great painting and terrain.

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Cantabrian circle
Are you old enough to remember the Cantabrian circle rule in WRG 5th Edition? It must have made a big impression on me, 'cos most of my light cavalry seem to be getting based that way. These light cavalry are circling to throw their javelins. These Greeks w...

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Eastern horsemen
With the bulk of the new Numidians on bases, I'm now turning to the East. Above are four units of Parthians, three of Persians, two Tarentines and a couple  of units of Spanish. Most of the minis were painted by Shaun McTague except for the Spanish who are ...

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The To the Strongest! Worlds- a reminder!
There are now just over six weeks to go to the third annual "To the Strongest" World Championships! These will take place in the quiet village of Chalgrove in southern Oxfordshire on the 25th of February 2017. The event is a friendly contest, hosted by the ...

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Juba-lation
I am jubilant because these command minis are just about the last required minis for my Numidian army. Here is Juba I, King of Numidia and his bodyguard of Spanish mercenaries. Juba's Numidia was a strong kingdom, but no match for Caesar. I'm really pleased...

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Very nice!

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Panzer Army Africa 48 BCE
In 48 BCE after the Pompeian defeat at Pharsalus, Caesar's erstwhile lieutenant Titus Labienus led his surviving German (and Gallic) veterans to Africa to join the Pompeian cause. They fought at Ruspina in 46 BCE, and later at Thapsus. I'll be using them in...
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