von BK-Thorsten | 08.01.2022 | eingestellt unter: Historisch

Wargames Atlantic: Konquistadoren und Azteken

Wargames Atlantis haben zwei neue Plastik-Sets zur Vorbestellung.

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Conquistadors – 34,95 $

FOR KING! FOR COUNTRY! FOR GOLD!

The men who plundered the Americas were typically adventurers down on their luck and willing to risk all to change their fortunes. Many were well-trained mercenaries in service to the kings of Europe who vied among themselves to control land, people, and the Church and wouldn’t look out of place in those armies. 

This hard plastic box set allows you to build up to 30 soldiers equipped with sword, spear, halberd, crossbow, and musket with additional options for pike and two-handed swords. A mix of hat and helmet types will expand their use to the battlefields of Europe in the 16th century.

Product Code: WAARN001

Models require assembly and painting. Bases are not included. Not for Children. Contents may vary from photos.

  • Sculpting: Rob Macfarlane
  • Illustration: Peter Dennis
  • Figure Painting: Andreas Heneborn
  • Research: Maxwell McDougall

Made in the USA

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Aztec Warriors – 34,95 $

STING OF THE ATLATL! CUT OF THE MACUAHUITL!

From the highly ritualistic Flower Wars that were fought to take sacrificial victims, to the brutal battles against the Spanish Conquistadors, the Aztec Empire produced some of the finest warriors of the New World.

This hard plastic box set allows you to build up to 30 warriors equipped with bow, atlatl, machuahuitl, spears, slings, and more along with a variety of body and head types to build many of the warrior types. There are also components to build full command.

Product Code: WAARN002

Models require assembly and painting. Bases are not included. Not for Children. Contents may vary from photos.

  • Sculpting: Rob Macfarlane
  • Illustration: Peter Dennis
  • Figure Painting: Christian Lemmen
  • Research: Maxwell McDougall

Made in the USA

Quelle: Wargames Atlantic

BK-Thorsten

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Kommentare

    • War als Scherz von dir gedacht.. oder.. waren nämlich Elite Krieger und oft in Jaguar Ausführung:)
      Nur so, ist nicht böse gemeint.

  • Die Conquistadores eignen sich doch auch sicher für die Kriege der Renaissance in Europa zu dieser Zeit🤔

  • Conquistadores in Plastik, guter Optik und bezahlbar? Verdammt, ich muss widerstehen. Ich habe eigentlich genug Menschen.
    Aber seit ich die Pistoliere und das Diorama von GW gesehen habe, reizt mich eine Armee aus denen…

  • Der Boggenschütze, der Azteken, stört etwas. Aber ich sehe dennoch zwei Schachteln bei mir ankommen. 😀

  • Die sehen beide echt gut aus, da werden bestimmt auch welche bei mir landen, fragt sich nur für welches System…

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