Upcoming Release: Dark Age Archers
- This set will comprise 24 Dark Age archers and 12 Dark Age slingers.
- Can be used from the 4th Century until early medieval times.
- Suitable as Saxons, Normans, Vikings, Bretons, Franks etc.
- Suitable as Ancient Germans by using heads from the Victrix Germanic set.
- Set will comprise 24 archers with up to 3 different poses per figure.
- Various head options including bare head, cap, helmet and Norman haircut.
- Extra spare arrows, arrows stuck into the ground and various hand weapons such as daggers and axes.
Dark Age Archer Figure 1
Here is Dark Age Archer Figure 2. He has plenty of arm and head options to make him Norman, Viking, Saxon and numerous other nationalities. This will be an extremely versatile and useful set of miniatures.
We've included a horn arm option as well as a few other command figure parts. These will be useful for those who want to represent archer command bases.
Here are the renders for Dark Age Archer Figure 3. He wears a padded jacket which roots him to Vikings, Saxons, Normans and early Medieval. He has the option of bearing a flag pole so you can make a command stand with the horn blower shown previously.
Here are the renders for Dark Age Archer figure 4. He has the option of holding arrows in his bow and draw hand. Expert archers can hold arrows in their fingers whilst firing so they can have a more rapid rate of fire.
Here are the renders for the 2 dark age slingers that go with the dark age archers.These are really useful figures for your dark age armies but also if you swap out the heads for Gallic heads you can make Ancient British slingers.
If you swap out heads and weapon arms from other sets you can make extra Gallic, Germanic and Dark Age warriors. There are extra bow arms and quivers on the frames so you can easily make some more archer positions from them. This is going to be a very versatile set.
For those who have no use for slingers, the bodies are being designed in such a way as to create extra archers or they can have shield arms and weapon arms added from the Viking, Saxon or Germanic sets to create more fighting warrior poses.