The last (at least for now) of the Libyan and Philistine troops, followed by some group shots.
Tehenu Libyan Skirmish Archers
Once again, I drew some simple ink pen decorations on their "towels"
Gotta make optimum use of those 30 figure bags of Old Glory troops, right?
These guys are clearly followers of "Sheik Yerbuty"!
Philistine Skirmish Javelinemen
I used yellow feathers on the headpieces for these guys for variety.
In"To the Strongest", Javelinmen can move forward and shoot as a single activation, which is handy when you're advancing.
A Libyan General and a Hero.
The general is placed upon a larger base, and the hero has flowers on the base to help distinguish them.
Some red ink pen work on the Hero's robe...
and purple on the robe of the General.
Philistine (Peleset) Hero and General.
Same basing conventions as for the Libyans.
Variations in their head dress and shields as well.
Varied torso armor, too.
2 units each MI Bowmen and Javelin men.
one unit each Light Infantry Bowmen and Javelinmen.
plus 2 Generals and 2 Heroes; 60 figures in all.
Tremble at our advance, you soft men of Egypt!