Saturday, June 19, 2021

Sea Peoples Army Review!

 

Here's my whole Sea Peoples Horde, deployed for Review. 


Army totals:  6 Light Chariots, 3 Ox Carts, 2 Peleset MI Archers, 4 Peleset Warbands,  6 Sardana Warbands, 2 Sherdan Warbands, 3 LI skirmishers (and many more available, if needed, from the generic Canaanite troops), 9 command/heroes (2 are missing in action here, but were later discovered and added to their fellows!) 

In all, that makes 189 figures, plus the chariots and carts. 


As can be seen from the different basing, about 60 figures plus some leaders are from Bill McHugh's collection. 


They stand ready to fight against (or allied to) Egyptians, Hittites, Canaanites, Libyans and the like!


View from the rear!


Left flank.


Left Center.


Right Center.


Right Flank.


All of the Sherdan and Sardana figures in one 4 liter Really Useful Box.


The Peleset figures in a 2nd box (the Chariots and Oxcarts, and remaining single figures are in a third box). 

27 comments:

  1. Spectacular army review Peter...Gorgeous!

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  2. They look superb and would happily grace many a wargames table:)

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  3. I knew you were amassing quite a collection there Peter, and it looks even more impressive than I had imagined.

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  4. They look very formidable enmass

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    1. We'll see how they fare against the Egyptians, who will certainly outnumber and outclass them in Chariotry!

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  5. A good looking army on parade. I was surprised it only had 189 figures, I thought there were more figures at first glance.

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    1. Thanks, Peter. I never quite know how to count the Chariots; if you cou8ntthem as one per crew figure, that would bring the army total up to 210.

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  6. Peter, this is a wondrous sight. Great job!

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    1. Thanks, Jon; there is something to be said for the mass effect!

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  7. Wonderful force Peter! Not an ancient army you see as everyday! :)

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    1. Thanks, Mark!
      Yep, not an army you see every day... unless you are Ramses, of course!

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  8. Splendid looking Biblical army! They look great!
    Best Iain

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  9. Oh my, what an impressive and imposing site! They certainly look like they can topple cities and empires!

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  10. Thanks, Dean! They are certainly determined to try!

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  11. Wow, wow and triple wow! It seemed that you had been producing a lot of these, but the army is much bigger than I would have thought. It looks absolutely superb Peter!
    Regards, James

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    1. Thanks for the kind words, James! The project got a big boost from Bill McHugh's figures, which make up about 30% of the army. Indeed, without that, there almost certainly wouldn't have been a usable Sea Peoples army at all!

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    1. Thanks, Rob. I am looking foward to putting it on the table!

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