Thursday, August 9, 2012

Victrix releases NEW Mercenary Armoured Hoplites for Ancient Greek Warfare!

Victrix Mercenary Armoured Hoplites
New from Victrix last week and shipping this week is the plastic box set of Mercenary Armoured Hoplites! Victrix has been known for their Napoleonic Plastic box sets for quite some time. Now they have expanded to include Ancient Greeks for those who like Clash of Empires, Hail Caesar and other Ancient rule sets.

Victrix Athenian Armoured Hoplites
The Mercenary Hoplites set is their fourth box set in the Ancients line of products. The Athenian Armoured Hoplites were added the end of May and like all Greek box sets contains 48 superbly detailed miniatures.

Victrix Spartan Armoured Hoplites
The incredible Spartan Armoured Hoplites were added in June. All box sets contain 8 figures per sprue, 4 have shield arms attached and 4 have no arms attached to enable you to make the musician and other speciality positions for officers and character figures.

and the Theban Armoured Hoplites were released just last month. This set can be mixed with all the parts from the other 3 Hoplite sets which all have their own speciality heads and options to add a great variety to your Greek armies.

Victrix Mercenary Armoured Hoplites
This fantastic new set of miniatures represents Greek Mercenary Hoplites and other Greek City states from the 5th Century covering the wars with Persia, to the 4th century and the titanic struggle for Greek supremacy in the Peloponnesian war and the wars with Phillip and Alexander of Macedon.

Victrix Mercenary Armoured Hoplites
There are 8 head variants with different crest options to add a ton of variety to your figures. There are thrusting arms options, spear at rest options and sword arms. If you want to make more at rest arms, you can rotate a thrusting arm 90 degrees so it becomes a spear at rest position.

Little Big Men Studios has come up with some great Greek shield transfer designs for all the Victrix box sets.

We'll leave you with a few more of them.

Have a Great Battle,
The Old Crow

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