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exilesjjb
10-09-2010, 02:52 AM
http://www.theassaultgroup.co.uk/index.php
Renaissance
Saturday, February 7th, 2009
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The Renaissance, a huge a varied period covering the period between 1495 and 1650, offers to the gamer or collector, many interesting and colourful troop types to fill out there war-games armies. Covering everything from the New World Aztecs and Tlaxcalans, through their Spanish adversaries, into the Great Italian war and on into the apocalyptic Thirty Years War. TAG's exhaustive range also includes the Armies of Eastern Europe and beyond.
The Armies currently covered include; Aztecs, Cossacks, Croats, English, German, Hungarian, Ottoman Turkish, Russian, Scottish, Spanish, Swedish, Tatar and Tlaxcalans.
At present there are about 250 packs or approximately 1000 different miniatures sculpted by some of the best in our business. There are also currently about 70 separate weapons and equipments packs as well as loads of separate horses and ponies for those who would like to customise there armies.
To see more information about our plans for this range please register on our web-forum at this link (http://www.theassaultgroup.co.uk/boards/showthread.php?t=216);
The sculptors involved are;
Nick Collier (Cossacks, Croats, English, German, Hungarian, Ottoman Turkish, Russian, Scottish, Spanish, Swedish, Tatar)
Mark Sim (Aztecs)
Alan Marsh (Tlaxcalans)

To see the full list of these 28mm miniatures, please click through this link (http://www.theassaultgroup.co.uk/store/home.php?cat=1); [/URL]

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Our Medieval Asian range covers a huge period of Asian history, right from the Sui and Tang Dynasties in the 6th and 7th Centuries CE, right through to the Sung and Yuan (Mongol) Dynasties of the 13th -15th Centuries. Covering the forces of the Tang, Sui and Song Chinese as well as their enemies the Mongols and Japanese Samurai.
TAG Chinese range is the one of the largest in what is considered a hidden gem, to most gamers and collectors, but should be considered by those looking to fight wars with huge scope and a great deal of colour and excitement.http://www.theassaultgroup.co.uk/cms/uploads/ASIA.jpg
The sculptors involved were;
Seth Nash (Japanese)
Mauro Gnani (All Chinese and Mongol packs 001-018)
Susan Wells (Mongol packs 019-022)

warhammergrimace
10-09-2010, 07:21 AM
I like the samurai

War Griffon
10-09-2010, 08:36 AM
Yep like the Samurai although the legs of the horse look a little on the long side

Darklord
10-09-2010, 09:10 AM
Yep like the Samurai although the legs of the horse look a little on the long side

Im more concerned it only has two

War Griffon
10-09-2010, 10:13 AM
Im more concerned it only has two

Base wasn't big enough for the other two legs to fit on...

NeatPete
10-09-2010, 02:58 PM
Yuo guys have never heard of the Ostrich horse? (http://avatar.wikia.com/wiki/Ostrich_Horse)