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POLL: Final Alpha Figure for the Contest?


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VOTING RESULTS
AnswerVotes%Chart
German Leader
93
14%
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German Warrior with Horn
49
7%
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German Standard Bearer
68
10%
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German Berserker
39
6%
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German Warrior in Wolf Skin
31
5%
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German Warrior in Bear Skin
60
9%
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German Warrior, Advancing
47
7%
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Germanic Maiden
90
14%
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Zealot with Knife
17
3%
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Jewish Slinger
16
2%
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Jewish Warrior with Axe
7
1%
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Pungax the Lanista
39
6%
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Ursus
37
6%
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Junius the Gladiator Referee
26
4%
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Davius the Dwarf Dimachaerus
38
6%
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POLL IS CLOSED
POLL DESCRIPTION

One of our upcoming painting contests will feature the 54mm historical figures from Alpha Miniatures. One of the rounds will be devoted to the miscellaneous figures produced by this company. Which of the following figures would you like to see in the contest?

(You can vote for up to five favorites, although only the figure with the most votes will be used.)

German Leader

This is our German leader, wearing jewellery and costly chainmail he is an obvious step-up from your ordinary warrior. He's also carrying a wicker shield and is issuing orders with his axe. A necessity for any warband.

German Leader
German Warrior with Horn

Blowing loudly on is horn, standing on the head of his last opponent. This German warrior comes with the choice of two weapons, an axe (shown) or a knife. He is bare chested, wearing pants and an animal skin wrapped around his waist.

German Warrior with Horn
German Standard Bearer

He is shown with a "dragon" standard, but he also comes with the option of changing it to one with three heads. This figure also comes with a extra pole, so the standard you don't choose can be mounted as a separate piece.

German Standard Bearer
German Berserker

The Beserker, mad with rage, literally foaming at the mouth, displaying his last victim's head while looking for his next. This figure can be assembled with either a Roman pilum or an axe(shown).

German Berserker
German Warrior in Wolf Skin

Wearing the skin of a wolf, this German warrior is ready to do damage with his 2-handed axe.

German Warrior in Wolf Skin
German Warrior in Bear Skin

This warrior is wearing a full bearskin. He's an older warrior, lunging forward with his axe and shield.

German Warrior with Bear Skin
German Warrior, Advancing

Wearing the spoils of a previous battle, this German is about to make contact. He comes with two weapon options, either a spear(shown) or a sword. He's also carrying a wooden shield with an animal hide roughly nailed on to it.

German Warrior, Advancing
Germanic Maiden

Our German Maiden, waiting patiently for the battle to commence. Wearing traditional German attire, she is armed with a spear and a knife.

German Maiden
Zealot with Knife

A Jewish Zealot running with a small knife, about to punish a collaborator!

Jewish Zealot
Jewish Slinger

This figure could be used either against the Romans or equally as a auxiliary. He is barefoot wearing a simple tunic and carrying a bag of slinging stones.

Jewish Slinger
Jewish Warrior with Axe

A Jewish warrior with a small axe. He would also make a good light gladiator.

Jewish Warrior with Axe
Pungax the Lanista

This figure represents a gladiator trainer from the Imperial Roman era. Trainers were initially private citizens but soon after were regularly employed by the empire.

Pungax the Lanista
Ursus

This figure represents a gladiator trainer from the Imperial Roman era. Trainers were initially private citizens but soon after were regularly employed by the empire.

Ursus
Junius the Gladiator Referee

The gladiator fights were strictly controlled with the referee's vine rod used to get the gladiators attention!

Junius the Gladiator Referee
Davius the Dwarf Dimachaerus

The Romans used dwarfs to entertain the crowd between matches.

Davius the Dwarf Dimachaerus