Some of the Baccus Miniatures fantasy ranges, the elves, for instance, have the infantry on the same kind of strip that they use for psiloi, that is in-line so that you have to snip them apart and base them individually. Don’t get too excited though – in my opinion the Baccus fantasy ranges are limited and neglected; it is a pity that they haven’t put a little more effort into them.
That said, I actually prefer troops that should be in line to be shoulder-to-shoulder. It makes basing them a lot easier.
Oh, the character packs tend to be for individual basing as well. You could also try character packs in the some of the historical ranges, such as the ‘Viking Luminaries and Loonies’ pack.
“… <span class=”Apple-style-span” style=”color: #585858; font-family: edmondsansregular, Geneva, Verdana, Helvetica, Arial, sans-serif; font-size: 16px; line-height: 20px;”>in my opinion the Baccus fantasy ranges are limited and neglected; it is a pity that they haven’t put a little more effort into them…”</span>
From what I read on the site it seems to be a case of making a line of miniatures to please an individual in the family and not where Peter might have gone otherwise.