Almost there, Carthaginians.

Finished off more reinforcement for my Carthaginians today, not much more to do after these and were done……..well for now anyway ;o).

First up my Veteran Spearmen, these are Gripping Beast miniatures.

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Next up a unit of Libyan Skirmishers with bucklers and Javelins, these are mainly Gripping Beast with a few Renegade miniatures.

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Then we have the foot version of the Numidian Prince from Crusader Miniatures, I’m going to use him as a officer for one of my Phalanx units.

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And finally another Crusader Miniature set, this time a Elephant with Numidian crew. This beast is a whole metal casting.

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Well that’s it for the moment and gives me well over 2,000pts. I’ve got 1 more unit plus my rally point to sort out but this might have to wait for awhile.

Cheers, Steve.

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2 Responses to Almost there, Carthaginians.

  1. Matt says:

    Crumbs! It’s a horde!
    They look superb mate.
    Cheers
    Matt

  2. They indeed look beautiful. The decals really add to the unit and the Libyan skirmishers are a nice chnage from Caetrati. The arid basing works well, too. The detail of the trampled soldier on the elephant base is a very good idea and adds further interest. Did you consider adding decasl to the shields on the side of the turret?

    As I am interested in the topic: What is your take on the usage of turrets by Carthaginian armies in general?

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