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Starting a Four Enemies Campaign

Personal logo Editor in Chief Bill The Editor of TMP Fezian finally starts his first Four Enemies campaign.

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As voted by the readers of TMP, the first Hundred Kingdoms army to be painted will be the Simians. The voter-selected army design comes from reader altfritz:

This design most closely resembles the Romans (which the Simian Empire is obviously modelled after). The main force is provided by the Legionaires and their Centurian. The Javelin Corps provides support. The Giant Gor has no historical "equivalent" but is just cool! The Messenger and the Senators will allow the player to act and react with the speed and efficiency of the historical Roman army.

  • 5 Legionaires units (195 points)
  • 2 Javelin Corps units (84 points)
  • 1 Giant Gor (55 points)
  • 1 Messenger (9 points)
  • 2 Senators (62 points)
  • 1 Centurion (43 points)
  • 1 Caesar Octavian (47 points)

Total: 495 points

Readers have also selected a paint scheme for the Legionaires. (Presumably, other units in the army will have a complementary appearance.)

Painters for the Legionaires have been determined by reader vote; painters for the other units have been recruited by the Editor...

Simian Empire army figures


Lee Olson of Pewter Illusions has painted Caesar Octavian.


Joseph Wiedeman of Mini-Dragon has painted the Giant Gor.


Painted by Matt Gubser of Prophet Miniatures.


J. Ira Monroe of Bwana Art Studio started these, but had to drop due to ill health. Blue Table completed the project.


Four units were painted as part of a website contest.


Oracle was unable to paint the fifth Legion, so Chocolate Fezian came to the rescue!


Painted by Cathy Hamaker of The Painter's Den.


Painted by Ramiro Peira of PaintingPRO.