Wednesday, June 12, 2019

The Casualties of War: ECW, Part 2


Another set of Old Glory 28 mm casualty figures


This group is from the "Laying wounded"  pack. Once again, a lot of variety in the set. 


They are ready for my Soggy Bottom  games at Historicon in a month's time. 


The dogs out for a swim at Bantam Lake, CT.

22 comments:

  1. These casualties are just wonderful...Colorful and wonderful!

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  2. Excellent! Will these be used as disorder markers?

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    1. Yes, these will be hit (Disorder) markers for FK&P.

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  3. nice looking casualty (figures) markers - Peter, if you need a hand to paint up your Macedonian Ancients let me know! :o)

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    1. Thank you Phil. I bought lead for probably about 300 28 mm Macedonians from a local gamer 3 - 4 years ago for about $100. I have painted 24 of them so far... and have twice that many primed.

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  4. These are great Peter - you can never have enough casualty bases - I am always on the look out for more figures and ideas for them.

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  5. Very nice, their bright colours will certainly make them stand out.

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    1. Thanks Peter; they probably won't be "standing" for very long, given their condition! :-)

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  6. I love the array of colors. How did you get the dogs out of the water? Of are they still there?

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    1. Thanks, Jake.
      If you stop throwing the balls (etc), they eventually come out. When that fails, there are always treats!

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  7. Another lovely assortment of casualty figures, followed by another great assortment of swimming retrievers!

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    1. Thanks Lawrence; gratuitous Golden Retriever photos posted as needed!

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  8. Nice bunch of disorder markers! The photos of Golden Retrievers splendid too!
    Best Iain

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    1. I'm sure there's a clever Latin phrase for that... :-)

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  10. Lovely casualty figures; but those pooches are awesome! Wow, and a lot of them too!

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    1. Thanks, Dean. Five dogs ARE a bit much at times! :-)

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  11. As said above, you can never have enough markers like this. Great stuff.

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    1. Thanks! I have one more group of 15 yet to come, so I think it probably is safe to say that in this case, I will have enough! :-)

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