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Basilean Men at Arms (40 figures) - Kings of War

A Basilean legion numbers between one thousand and ten thousand men. Infantry is by far the most predominant type and the most common are units armed with either broad-bladed or the simple but effective ‘daga’ sword. The soldiers are heavily armoured, clad in chain or scale mail depending on where they were raised, additionally protected by large winged shields often embossed with the sun of Basilea.

These miniatures can be assembled with Swords and Shields or with Spears and Shields. e.g. one unit of 20 swordsmen and a unit of 20 spearmen. 

Contents

  • 40 plastic Men-at-Arms
    • Swords and Shields or Spears and Shields
  • Metal Champion, Standard Bearer and Musician
  • 20mm Square Bases
  • Mantic Points

Models supplied unassembled and unpainted.

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