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Sunday, 3 April 2016

Sea People Chariots and Lukka Warriors


















Here are a few photos of two more Sea People chariots and a unit of Sea People warriors with horned helmets and boar tusk helmets, who could be Lukka, Weshwesh or Ekwesh. The chariots are by Cutting Edge Miniatures (available through Warlord Games) and the Lukka are by Wargames Foundry (brilliant Perry sculpts). This completes a 26 point Chariots Rampant (a bronze age variant of Lion Rampant) Sea People force, part of a much larger army.

I have posted photos of the entire force and individual units below. I'm keen to give the Sea People a run against my New Kingdom Egyptians and Hittites and will post some solo game reports. Painting small forces like this (48 warriors and four chariots) is a great way to get started with bronze age skirmish gaming and I plan to do the same thing with other armies - Amorite Kingdoms, Libyans and Mycenaeans...


Sea People raiding party


Pelset Chariots


Pelset archers and warriors, Sherden warriors


Pelset archers, Sherden warriors and Lukka warriors


Lukka chariots and warriors

25 comments:

  1. Gorgeous! My own Sea People project sits unloved in a drawer. Much the same minis as yours too. Maybe this will be the kick I need... Great work!

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    1. Thanks Christopher, the Sea People are a fun army to paint - very colourful.

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  3. Wonderful looking troood Cyrus.

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  4. Wonderful stuff Cyrus, I love those chariots.

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    1. Thanks Michael, lovely chariots the Cutting Edge figures.

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  5. Very nice, love these impressive chariots!

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  6. Fantastic! Those chariots really are lovely Cyrus.

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    1. Thanks Rodger, looking forward to a game with them.

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    1. Thanks Jonathan, Sea People are very cool...

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  8. Wonderful collection of sculpts and nice painting again too.

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  9. Thanks Colin, I'm keen to try the Sea People out in a game.

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  10. Your Sea People Chariots and Lukka Warriors look awesome!

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  11. Thanks Phil, great figures the Foundry and Cutting Edge.

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  12. Thanks Karl, hopefully get a game in with the Sea People against NKE soon.

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  13. They look great Cyrus! I have to agree the Foundry Sea Peoples are excellent and wish I still had mine!

    Christopher

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    1. Thanks Christopher, the entire Foundry biblical ranges sculpted by the Perrys are excellent figures.

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