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barcah200102 Sep 2022 8:18 p.m. PST

I have a collection of 28mm gladiators: Foundry, OG, Crusader, Brigade. There is some variety in size but I use all the figures together. How do 28mm figures like these go with the 35mm Jugura gladiators or 32mm Bronze Age figures? Sometimes I see the 35s described as 28mm….

marmont1814 Sponsoring Member of TMP03 Sep 2022 2:36 a.m. PST

why worry a few millimetres when did you ever see everyone the same size its not real

CeruLucifus05 Sep 2022 1:32 p.m. PST

If your 28mm figures are on slotta bases (1/8" thick or 3mm), you can put the taller figures on thinner bases.

This will probably somewhat equalize the 32mm figures.

The 35mm will still seem enormous, but you're not ranking them in units so that may still work. Paint them as gigantic barbarians (from Scandinavia or African interior).

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