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Umpapa06 Feb 2017 11:35 a.m. PST

HaT asked for opinion about future sets. Here is my proposal. If You find it worthy, please support it:

You may not remember when few years ago I've proposed HaT produce 1:72 Mexican Revolutionaries? "HaT Line drawings of Mexico Revolutionaries 1910-1930?"

This proposal had been received quite well, nearly 20 users declared buying such sets, many sets each.

HaT is already producing Mexican/Latinoamericas Federales (=China Warlord) in the guise of
HaT Set 8292 British Infantry (Early)
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and HaT Set 8272 WWI British Cavalry
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Few years fast forward and recently Italieri give a hint they probably will produce well armed Zapatistas/Pancho Villa in sombreros (dismounted?):
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since such set had won in their FB voting (also a tip for HaT about popularity!):
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Still no poorly armed peasant Mexican revolutionaries. Or any other peasant revolutionaries. At all.

And such sets would sell by dozens, since peasant revolutionaries army are usually numerous.

So I started to reworking my old idea:

Whole story here:

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Feel free to comment. Please show support, if You are interested.

Tango01 Supporting Member of TMP06 Feb 2017 11:35 a.m. PST

DELETED BECAUSE OF THE BUG………

Umpapa06 Feb 2017 11:44 a.m. PST

Please correct and remove Fantasy Disucssion Message Board.

Henry Martini06 Feb 2017 11:51 p.m. PST

Uh… no: those Hat WW1 British are… WW1 British. The costume and equipment are – unsurprisingly, because they're accurate renditions of WW1 British infantry – wrong for Mexican Federales and Chinese warlord troops.

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