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Accard26 Aug 2021 9:03 p.m. PST

Any suggestions for good Ottonian figures in 15mm for mounted approx 900-950AD?

My preferences are for some variety in the figures and reasonably clean molds. I am specifically not after earlier style Carolingian figures or mounted with kite shield.

regards Andrew

Personal logo timurilank Supporting Member of TMP26 Aug 2021 11:16 p.m. PST

I used Old Glory 15mm Ottonian knights, Carolingian medium cavalry for Ottonian cavalry and light horse types, a mix of Slav and Anglo Saxon medium infantry for the foot troops.

These can be seen at the blog, Battle of Firenzuola (923 AD).

Swampster27 Aug 2021 1:57 a.m. PST

OG15s were my first thought too.

Baueda's Swabians are probably suitable though all have swords. I know you said you didn't want Carolingians, but if it is the 'Roman' style helmet you don't want then Baueda also have figures with conical helmets.

Mirosav27 Aug 2021 6:05 a.m. PST

I have used a mix of Old Glory as mentioned above and Essex Dark Age range.

Swampster27 Aug 2021 11:58 a.m. PST

Another thought is the 9th -10th century German range from QR miniatures link
though they have a mix of round and kite shields.

Accard29 Aug 2021 2:51 a.m. PST

Thanks for the suggestions!
And it was nice to see your battle report, Timurilank!

The OG figures look OK but I was hoping for some more dynamic poses really. The Essex range does seem to provide that.

The QR miniatures do look nice too.

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