Tuesday, July 6, 2010

A quick pic of the Trojan Army

This is the completed army I used at the TTU gaming weekend.It was led by King Diometores and his son Hectores(not very orginal I know) where they fought for the Assyrian allience.They defeated some Hittes and lost to Egyptians and in a large multi player game participated in a hard fought draw.I will post some pics of the battles they were in.
This army weighs in at 1600pts.(WAB) that I will eventually make a bit larger with a spearmen and chariot unit modeled after the princes more colorful and modern equipment,but that will be sometime in the future.For now the army is finished and I'll move on to some of my other projects to be decided soon(AWI,Assyrians,ECW,Pulp,Fallschirmäger to name a few).I hope some of you enjoyed the Trojans.Like I said,I'll post some of the games.Cheers!
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12 comments:

  1. Fantastic looking army! It's great to finish a project!

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  2. Great looking army Chris, well done.

    Cheers,

    Helen

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  3. Talented devil, they look fantastic. Nothing makes a gamer want to jump on the period band wagon more than seeing a really well painted army, where did you say I could these miniatures from? Noooo must resist, oink!

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  4. Great looking army!

    Regards,
    Matt

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  5. Thank you everyone!I really appreciate the support.I'd like to start my ECW,but feel compelled to do some other promised material(AWI,Assyrians,pulp figures)I'll just wait and see what happens.:-)

    Cheers
    Christopher

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  6. Congrats, Christopher! What a nice looking army. I wished my own Myceneans would be at that level of completion. ;-)

    Sadly, the photos are a bit small. Any chance to get some bigger shots?

    Cheers
    SG

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  7. What a wonderful collection, Christopher, you must be really chuffed! Great work.

    Best wishes

    Giles

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  8. Thank you guys and SG I have some pics of this army on the gaming table that might show them closer up.

    Cheers
    Christopher

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  9. Beautiful army, Christopher. Don't tell me you are painting in this heat? :)

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  10. Thank you Doc and yes I'm painting in the heat going in and out of consciousness,but persevering.:-)

    Cheers
    Christopher

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  11. My friend, I salute your resilience! :)

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