Bannockburn schiltrons - Finished

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Bannockburn schiltrons - Finished

Postby Paul » Sat Mar 29, 2014 10:48 pm

Finally all 4 shiltrons have been completed
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Re: Bannockburn schiltrons - Finished

Postby Dropbear » Mon Mar 31, 2014 8:24 pm

Very impressing - great work!

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Re: Bannockburn schiltrons - Finished

Postby Captain Darling » Thu Jun 26, 2014 7:09 am

Hi Paul,

Excellent work on these figures then through in your good terrain all the effect is great.

Looking forward to the battle itself, what rules are you planning on using for that?

Using the links on your blog Plastic Soldier Reviews says the Strelets figures are plastic (medium consistency) does this mean the plastic is like the old Airfix 1/72 and pliable/bendable?

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Re: Bannockburn schiltrons - Finished

Postby Paul » Thu Jul 03, 2014 9:59 pm

Thanks :)
Captain Darling wrote:Looking forward to the battle itself, what rules are you planning on using for that?

Using the links on your blog Plastic Soldier Reviews says the Strelets figures are plastic (medium consistency) does this mean the plastic is like the old Airfix 1/72 and pliable/bendable?

Cheers!

Sorry for the late post..I couldn´t log in for some reason. Still, fixed now :)

Rules are Basic Impetus but for the actual days (now gone) I´ll just do a respresentation of the battle using the figs....an actual game might mean the bruce getting killed by Bohun on day one...which would screw things up a bit :)

The figs are hard plastic..generally a bit harder than the airfix ones. It´s bendable using the hot water trick.
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