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Anton Ryzbak05 Jun 2022 7:00 p.m. PST


I just posted the photo review of Wargames Atlantic's great ne set of Aztec warriors. Another top-flight entry from this company link

Puster Sponsoring Member of TMP06 Jun 2022 1:16 a.m. PST

I like that set, as it allows for the full range of Aztec infantry save the Eagle warriors. From rookies, allied bows, atlatl to veterans and elite, with two bodies and lots of arms & heads for each this is a set that can create most of the infantry for an Aztec army. It works quite well with character miniaturs from metal companies like Gringo40 (

Imho the arms are a bit bodybuilder-like, so they need some shaving down to make them smoother on the shoulders if you want a more realistic look, but they also work without.

Anton Ryzbak06 Jun 2022 8:02 a.m. PST

Puster, now that you point it out they are pretty buff for guys that live mostly on corn and melons. They probably attend the same gym that the WW1 Germans from WA go to

79thPA Supporting Member of TMP07 Jun 2022 3:51 p.m. PST


I enjoy your work, Anton, so please post some pics when you have some assembled and painted.

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