Saturday, May 20, 2017

Prussian minis from Eagle of Empire




I just got me two boxes of the new Prussian infantry from Eagle of Empire miniatures so I thought that I should let you have a closer look to them.

Here you also can find my unboxing of the Eagle of Empire French Infantry or the Bavarian Invantry.

The minis are of course 28mm and are sold as a box with 16 minis  that are broken down to 11 infantry, 1 Ensign, 1 Bugler, 1 Drummer, 1 NCO and 1 Officer.

The minis in the box are enought to create a 2 units with command for the upcomming Eagle of Empire rules. There are also 2 greate looking units cards for the rules included in the box.

As I understand the Franco-Prussian war the Prussian troops fought more agressive than the French and I really feel the minis in the Prussian Box are capturing that movement, most of the minis are advancing with a few that have stopped to fire. The box have no duplicated amongst the 16 minis as they all have individual sculped heads and arms and Equipment so even if the bodys are from 2 or 3 basic ones the minis feel really individual, a very nice concept, perfect for skirmish wargaming:)

The last picture below are from the 2 Historical character minis sets that Eagle of Empire have started to Produce, really nice ones that add even more to the setting.















9 comments:

  1. Those are wonderful looking miniatures and,as you say, perfect for skirmish games. Thanks for posting.

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  2. What a gorgeous set, brilliant for skirmishing and not a duff pose in the lot.

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  3. They do look wonderful Michael.

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  4. Thanks for posting this review! Do you know, whre to find useful infos about these upcoming rules?

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    1. Thanks

      Not much info of the rules yet on the Eagle of Empire site. Ill put together a small blogpost at My blog in next week

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    2. Ah perfect, thank you :-)

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  5. Very nice - looking forward to seeing these painted up

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  6. I have recently bought the French - Lovely but large!

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