Monday, 28 March 2016

Alternative Miniatures: Bretonnia

Here's a collection of suitable miniatures for a Bretonnian army:

15 comments:

  1. thanks for the links...sadly we will need alternative marks more and more often

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  2. Thanks. Its a sad day. GW seems pretty much intent on driving away its oldest fans

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  3. http://www.darkswordminiatures.com/ they have some seriously nice minis http://www.darkswordminiatures.com/shop/index.php/mounted-ser-loras-tyrell-knight-of-the-flowers.html

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  4. Scibor has also a few pieces that work really well:
    http://sciborminiatures.com/en_,shop.php?group=144

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  5. -Why won't a successful Killing Blow ignore the armor saves of a Monstrous Beast?
    -The second paragraph of the Sniper special rule is no longer applicable with your new rules.

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  6. norba miniatures is working in some foot knights http://i1.wp.com/www.fanhammer.org/v2/wp-content/uploads/2016/03/norba7.jpg?w=2048

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  8. Some models from Mirliton (Or Grenadier as the new Company just bought the moulds) are quite good for Bretonnians, Expecially Foot Knights and soldiers, as they've been sculpted from Master Mark Copplestone.
    Check this page http://www.mirliton.it/index.php?cName=fantasy-2528mm-humans

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  9. Can't wait for the "Ravening Hordes" Bretonnia lists! Between this site and other historical wargames, I will continue to enjoy my Bretonnian army :)

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    1. You don't have to wait for that, they have a full 8th ed book already, just needs an update for 9th ed ;)

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  10. these alternitive minitures colections (the one for araby in paticular) are driving me and my brother crazy trying to figure out which unit's match up with each model. unit by unit links (or the names of the modles in question) would be so useful.

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    1. That's because the companies keep updating their websites making the links obsolete. I've updated them now.

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  11. though thank-you for making these alternative miniatures collections.

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  12. http://norbaminiatures.com/es/22-bretones


    I suggest this site for bretonnia-like models

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