Dragging their heels rather – and not surprisingly – slowly after the release of our 15mm rioters come the first wave of male and female zombies.
Set G5Z101 Male zombies and set G5Z102 Female zombies each comprise six different zombies and are priced at £4.00 each including VAT. The zombies are part of Gladiator Miniatures' Generation 5GZ range of figures – 15mm modern civilians, government forces, zombies and zombie hunters...
They’ve been a little late joining battle with the existing flags for the Anglo-Allied Army of 1815, but the 15mm flags for the French for the Waterloo campaign are now available in the Fighting 15s shop. The Orders of Battle flags are ideal for wargamers or collectors who wish to have the correct flags for each battalion or regiment on the tabletop.
Our designer has been doing more research into the period. Sources vary as to whether the flags for the Army of the North had gold fringes, and because they’re easier cut off if not wanted than added if desired, our flags for this release have fringes.
As with their predecessors in the former Flags for AB range, Fighting 15s flags are ideally suited to larger 15mm or 18mm figures, having originally been designed to fit around the flagpoles of AB Figures. The French flags are deliberately overscale to show better on the tabletop.
All the flags are in our latest, enhanced style. Sheets cost £4.50 each including VAT, and the number of flags per sheet varies according to the formations represented.
Fighting 15s is closed for Christmas and New Year from 8 December 2021 to 2 January 2022 inclusive.
It will still be possible to place orders in the shop and they will be dealt with on our return to work.
We have a lot of reorganisation to get done. The reality is that very few orders come in after 7 December, especially from non-UK customers, so this year we're changing our usual habit of quietly working through the holiday period..
The EU's new rules on import tax come into force today and will have precisely no effect on Fighting 15s sending orders to customers there. They affect what happens from the customer's end, but here in the UK we've been living with much the same EU-agreed laws on imports since 1 January 2021 – the UK simply brought them in then because of Brexit, whereas the EU delayed their introduction because of the pandemic...