The gamers at No Dice, No Glory are continuing their series on ESR Napoleonics and in their latest article they're reviewing ESR Box Sets! Check it out and find out why ESR is the easiest way to get into Napoleonic wargaming!
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ESR Box Sets: The miniatures you need in the quantities required, including bases and flags. All you need is paint and glue!
1:160 scale miniatures, aka 10mm, organized for ESR Napoleonics
Following on from our 1809 expansion we've now got a useful selection of casualties for all of your Napoleonic armies, plus some handy civilians as well!
The casualties cover all of the nations currently in our ranges and come with a variety of headgear as well, so there should be some useful proxy options here for armies we've not produced yet.
NPX2 Civilians (30) £5.25
NPX3 Austrian casualties, in helmet (10) £1.75
NPX4 Austrian casualties, in grenadier helmet (10) £1.75
NPX5 British casualties, in Belgic shako (10) £1.75
NPX6 British casualties, in stovepipe shako (10) £1.75
NPX7 French casualties, in shako (10) £1.75
NPX8 French casualties, in bearskin (10) £1.75
NPX9 Bavarian casualties, in helmet (10) £1.75
NPX10 Prussian casualties, in covered shako (10) £1.75
NPX11 Warsaw casualties, in czapska (10) £1.75
NPX12 Minor States casualties, in bicorne (10) £1.75
And a few pics:
NPX2 - Civilians:
NPX3 - Austrian casualties, in helmet:
NPX5 - British casualties, in stovepipe shako:
NPX10 - Prussian casualties, in covered shako:
NPX12 - Minor States casualties, in bicorne:
Coming next we've got some revamped WWII vehicles and then it'll be the long-awaited Indian Mutiny range!
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