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Andrew Walters02 Jun 2021 9:10 a.m. PST

I want a variety of models for Faustus Furious. That means I don't want a pack of identical chariots (unless they're great and modifiable), and I'd like to order various models from just one or two manufacturers, given how shipping works.

Also open to second-hand minis…

I thought about doing 6mm from Microworld games, but those are quite small.

jsmcc9102 Jun 2021 9:41 a.m. PST

Take a look at Battle Valor Games and Black Raven Foundry. They do have chariots in both of the lines which will give you some variety IMO.

Personal logo Stosstruppen Supporting Member of TMP02 Jun 2021 9:44 a.m. PST

xyston, essex, make one chariot packs, maybe magister militum, Irregular?

Personal logo Saber6 Supporting Member of TMP Fezian02 Jun 2021 10:00 a.m. PST

Look at RPE Demonworld too

walkabout02 Jun 2021 10:05 a.m. PST

I have some essex 15mm british chariot and maybe some from xyston. I can look for them if you're interested. I live in the south part of the Bay area so postage would me cheap. Thanks, Mike

Rudysnelson02 Jun 2021 10:30 a.m. PST

Being American you might want to check out the chariots by Viking Forge. They are cast and sold out of VA.
Not sure about Old Glory out of PA.

Shipping from Europe is getting very expensive.

walkabout02 Jun 2021 10:48 a.m. PST

I found the Demonworld empire chariot
Its painted and will have to look for the driver on the right

Also found the rolling fortress with flame thrower. It would be slow but not subject to fatigue as its pull by oxen. Its painted.

You can see what they look like by scrolling down this

Will send pictures if your interested.
Can look for more chariots?

doc mcb02 Jun 2021 11:51 a.m. PST

Splintered Light has some chariots.

Personal logo Extra Crispy Sponsoring Member of TMP02 Jun 2021 4:04 p.m. PST

Gladiator makes a wide variety of chariots, which I sell here in the US of A.

Drop me a line and I can help you out.

Albus Malum05 Jun 2021 8:45 p.m. PST

Battlevalor miniatures just added some chariots to their range.They also made some Wagons for supplies ect also (soon to be available). Worth taking a look at. Also, There are Chariots on the Museum Miniatures website, that nobody has mentioned yet.

If you have a 3d resin printer, Forest Dragon, and Excellent in Miniatures also have some chariots you can print up, but you will have to scale them up from 10mm to 15mm. Also you might look at March to Hell- Rome, they did a 15mm 3d printing kickstarter a while back, and their is a chariot or two on it, that you can print up, as well as 3d printing up an entire Roman army and a couple enemy armies also.

Didnt know about the Demonworld Empire chariot, only knew there was a dark elf chariot.

So,, Extra Crispy? is the ScaleCreep historical 15mm true 15mm or the 18mm sized miniature? I tend to like the 18mm ones better then true 15, and hoping that since your company name it scalecreep, that you actually creeped the size up to 18mm

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