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jeeves06 Oct 2019 7:04 a.m. PST

I haven't been able to find any on my own so I thought I'd ask here. Does anyone know if size comparisons have been done with the new Time of Legends: Joan of Arc miniatures and other 15/18mm miniatures?

Maggot06 Oct 2019 8:04 a.m. PST

Unfortunately I have no pictures, but the best I can say is this as these are all the lines I had before purchasing JOA:
Compared to OG15 100 year war, they are smaller by half a head at least, even taking into account bases.
On the other hand, I've mixed them very well with figures from the old Corvus Belli 100YW line, but remember that line had scale inconsistencies as well.

So don't mix with OG, but mix with CB if you have them.

jeeves06 Oct 2019 10:02 a.m. PST

Cool thanks. Anyone else?

CarloVon06 Oct 2019 6:23 p.m. PST

That that you would use them with them, but they mix in pretty well with copplestone casting Barbarica figures (but tend towards more realistically proportioned than they are), and a perfect match for Khurasan Miniatures "Barbarian O'Brien, and Qu-Ti" but I don't know how those minis compare to the rest of their ranges in size. For what it's worth I recommend the kickstarters as it gives you so much to work with you'll be able to make several armies from a single pledge.

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