Prufrock's Wargaming Blog

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Wednesday, September 9, 2015

Anglo-Saxons for Dux Bellorum

This is my other recently completed 15mm army.  They are mostly Essex figs but there are a few Tabletop chaps in there as well. These should allow me to field Anglo-Saxons from earlier times right through to 1066. Again, bases are 60mm wide to match the Normans and forthcoming Vikings.

This is two DBA armies' worth, plus about 10- Tabletop figures.

Shieldwall. These are later period.



Shieldwall of somewhat lower quality...



Your bog-standard shieldwall.



Huscarls, thegns etc.



Skirmish types.



The lot.



18 comments:

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    1. Thanks to a wet palette and the dip!

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  2. Brilliant work Aaron! I like the appearance of your Anglo-Saxons Army - marvelous!

    cheers,

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  3. They look great. Excellent!

    Cheers, Andy

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    1. Cheers Andy, much appreciated. Vikings next!

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  4. Nice looking Saxons Aaron. I have the rules and would like to try Dux Bellorum.

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    1. Thanks Mike. I like the rules; you can have a bit of fun with them.

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  5. A Great Defiant Shield Wall. Your hard work on 100 plus figures has paid off. Love it All. Beano Boy.

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    1. Thanks BB! Like those plastic figure sets you have on your blog.

      Cheers,
      Aaron

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  6. They look beautiful, splendid colors and excellent job!

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  7. Dogs and cats living together! The painting Godzilla has returned! You are cranking them out brother man! Now I feel reeeeaallll slow at painting:(

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    1. With the quality of the painting you do Kevin, quantity is not so important!

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  8. Very nice indeed!
    15mm gives such a good massed look

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    1. Cheers Paul. I quite like putting 15s on the bigger bases actually.

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  9. As beautiful as they are you will likely pull your hair out playing them. One giant shoving match with that lot. I always loved the Anglo-Saxons for their simplicity. Simply coloured and easy to play. Push forward and hope seems to be the tactic...

    Cheers!

    K

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    1. No worries; I'm pretty close to bat-like already in the hair stakes, and 'push forward and hope' is my tactic in almost everything - ;-) Could be a match made in heaven!

      Cheers K!
      Aaron

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