Halfling Battlegroup

36,00 €
incl. 19% VAT , plus shipping costs
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Description

At the forefront of the Shire Army stand the stalwart Trained Bands, the backbone of Halfling defense and the guardians of their cherished homeland. While not all who join the Bands are seasoned warriors, they undergo rigorous training, surpassing the standards of many militias found elsewhere.

Clad in padded leather armor and wielding an assortment of weapons, the Trained Bands form a versatile and adaptable force. Their wooden shields or bucklers serve as a stalwart defense against enemy assaults, while their weaponry, varied and effective, allows them to engage foes at various ranges.

Among the Trained Bands, a select few are organized and equipped as light cavalry, mounted atop highly trained miniature aralez. These swift and nimble riders excel in scouting missions and skirmishes, utilizing hit-and-run tactics to harass enemy forces. On the battlefield, they fulfill a crucial role, protecting the army's flanks and raining down ranged fire upon unsuspecting adversaries.

In times of dire need, these agile cavalry units stand ready to charge into melee combat, their courage and determination unmatched. Though their primary mission is reconnaissance and harassment, they are not to be underestimated in battle, for when the situation demands, they will fight with the ferocity and valor of true warriors.

As the Trained Bands march forth, their ranks brimming with determination and resolve, they embody the indomitable spirit of the Halfling people. With their unwavering dedication to the defense of the Shires, they stand as a testament to the courage and resilience of their kin.

Each Halfling Battlegroup sprue provides 10 infantry and 5 cavalry

Contents:

  • 20x Plastic Halfling Infantry
  • 10x Plastic Halfling Cavalry
  • 20x 20mm Square Base
  • 10x MDF Cavalry Base

Models supplied unassembled and unpainted. Requires super glue.


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