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Tuesday, 23 July 2013

More Warlord Caesarian Romans















I've just finished painting another box of the plastic Warlord Caesarian Romans. These legionaries are armed with pilum rather than gladius as in my earlier post on Warlord Caesarian Romans. The figures with pilum are actually easier to put together as you don't have to cut off the hilt, grip and pommel of their sheathed swords. In the box of twenty four figures you get three command figures, one figure with a gladius, fifteen figures throwing pila and five with pila at rest. The last two photos show how both compare in terms of poses and appearance. The figures with gladius are, as you'd expect easier to rank up.











8 comments:

  1. Thanks for posting - it's good to see the differences between the pilum guys and the set with the gladius.

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  2. They are both looking great, I think the mass effect is beeter with the gladius, the movement effect better with the pilum...

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  3. A superb paintjob on these chaps and your basing really finishes them off.
    Cheers,
    Pat.

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  4. They are looking just great!

    Cheers
    Christopher

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  5. Very nice looking miniatures!

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  6. Thanks guys, both sets are nice to paint but I think I prefer the ones with gladius. Maybe it's just the shield designs and the fact they fit better on the bases.

    Mike

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  7. These look great, Cyrus! Looks like a civil war is about to break out. ;-)

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  8. Thanks Monty, a civil war is definitely on the cards.

    Mike

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