Someone needs to do a review of "Forged in Battle" 15s.
what do you need to know? They are beautiful figures, well cast and with good variety, they mix well with other 15mm ranges, such as Essex. The downside is that the army packs are not conducive to DBA size armies and, currently, they’re struggling to fulfil orders at the moment, with Covid restrictions, but hopefully they should be back soon...
They really do look eye catching. I'm really interested in their Dark Ages line once production ramps up. Its good to know they scale well with Essex.
Roland, my son has some Khurasan Dark Ages figures. They are very nice, but I'm not sure how extensive their Dark Age line is.
Khurasan are also beautiful figures, but their range is not hugely extensive in this period. If you are ordering from outside the US, the postage can become a touch costly and if the customs people hammer you, as they once did me, then they get eyewateringly expensive! P.
First, a bunch of pictures of Early Germans, taken a while back, Forged in Battle, Old Glory, Essex, etc. Not sure if I posted them up here or not, not sure which computer originals are on, is after mindight and I'm tired. So no captions now.
Smaller and truncated expresses it nicely. A bunched up and compressed pose rather than stretching. It does mean that they are a lot easier to fit onto a 40x30mm base. Even 4 cataphracts are not a problem.