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Personal logo Editor in Chief Bill The Editor of TMP Fezian writes:

When I built my original 15mm Amazon army, I used the army set available through Rebel Minis. For my replacement Amazon army, I went back to the current manufacturer of the figures (Lone Gunman Games) and came up with new troop types to match the different figures in the range.

Old Amazons

Above are the Amazon warriors from my original army, mixing two types of figures: Amazon maiden warriors (with shields) and Amazon warriors (no shield).

Amazon maiden warriors

And here again (above) are the Amazon Maiden Warriors in the new army.

Amazon Warriors

And now, here are the new Amazon Warriors!

Amazon Warriors

I just couldn't see mixing figures with and without shield in the same troop type.

Amazon Warriors

This means creating a troop type out of a single figure pose, but you can get the illusion of variety by (carefully) posing the arms (before painting) and by positioning them differently.

Amazon Warriors

(Whoops! A princess command stand wandered into this group – can you spot her?)

Amazon Warriors

Sadly, the figures are currently not available from the manufacturer, Long Gunman Games. If that company cannot recover, I hope someone else will pick up this excellent figure range.

Amazon Warriors

The figures for this army were painted for us by our Ukraine friends, Old Guard Painters. I then based and flocked the finished figures on Mighty Armies 1" x 2" plastic bases.

Amazon Warriors

LITKO FlexSteel was then placed under the bases, so they will stick to magnet-lined boxes for storage and transport.