- 28/07/2017 at 12:53 #68630Matthew HipkinParticipant
These beauties just arrived from Michael Stockin @ http://cromsanvil.co.uk
Really looking forward to getting some paint on them, they’re so full of character 😁28/07/2017 at 13:28 #6863328/07/2017 at 13:31 #68634Matthew HipkinParticipant
I’m sure I’ll find a way so shoehorning them into Gruntz. Everyone needs neomystic cultists right?28/07/2017 at 13:47 #6863528/07/2017 at 14:13 #68636General SladeParticipant
My set of figures just dropped through my letterbox and landed on the doormat. They are beautifully detailed and I am really looking forward to painting them. Size-wise they are a very nice match for 15mm Minifigs (which is great because that is what most of my figures are) but they look totally at home alongside the Copplestone barbarians. They are really nicely proportioned figures and I hope Mike will be producing more of them in the future because this is an excellent start.28/07/2017 at 19:19 #68657
Just got home and mine are sat in letterbox too – thanks! I did somehow stupidly forget to order the two fellas I was most excited about, but that’s easily solved! Lovely little minis – fit in well with this pack that arrived yesterday too
Now how’s that temple coming along???29/07/2017 at 08:51 #68697Angel BarracksModerator03/08/2017 at 09:32 #69149Jim JackamanParticipant
Apart from Copplestone, what figures would these match up with?
I’m thinking of trying out the Crom rules but need some minions!
They look really great btw.
Jim03/08/2017 at 10:48 #69156MikeKeymaster
Apart from Copplestone, what figures would these match up with? I’m thinking of trying out the Crom rules but need some minions! They look really great btw. Jim
I have used Xyston, Copplestone, Crom’s Anvil, Mirliton Miniatures and Magister Militum so far..
They are not all the same size but they all seem to work, especially as the MM I use as civilians and they are smaller (15mm rather than 18mm) and the Copplestone Heroes are 18mm and bigger, which heroes should be!
😀03/08/2017 at 11:46 #69163Jim JackamanParticipant
I was thinking of using some of the Blue Moon 18mm figures. I think they would be a fair match.03/08/2017 at 13:08 #69171
Forged in Battle fit well – slightly different style to Copplestone but it’s a fantastic range, my favourite 15s. I’ve bought all sorts of packs from them, some as sci-fi peasants and some for my desert/antiquity fantasy project. Unfortunately they come in big, £11 packs though.
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