6 Modular Breton Questing Knights. Perfect for wargames like The Ninth Age.
The set includes everything you see in the image (with an extra horse and two sets of the legs and shield arms):
- 6 horse bodies (5 unique sculpts and one mirrored version so all bodies are different)
- 6 horse heads (not in the image - they are the same as the Knights of Virtue)
- 5 knight Torsos with great weapon
- 1 Knight torso with musical instrument
- 7 Knight Torsos neutral
- 6 Knight Torsos turning slightly
- 8 heads
- 8 Shield arms (4 variants)
- 8 arms holding great weapon in one hand
- 1 arm pointing
- 3 arms w. closed hand
- 2 arms w. open hand
- 8 shields
- 2 Arms with banner
A word about Kingdom of Equitaine/Breton cavalry and scale:
After many comparisons made by us and our customers we have come to the conclusion that many classic models in this theme (the ones made by a certain british company) are actually neither 28mm or 32mm scale but closer to a 30mm scale. We have therefore added the option of 30mm scale for all cavalry options for this army. The classic foot troops seem to be closer to 28mm scale.
Supplied with 3d printed 25x50mm square plastic bases. Check out our bases section for more options (including movement trays).
Being modular these models require some assembly.
Check out the Full Breton Range. Most regiments are modular and with interchangeable head and arms (go kitbash!).
Designed by Monstrous Encounters
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This is a resin printed product.
Generally very little cleanup should be required – if any. The models are suspended by support strings while printing and these are removed when we clean the model after printing. Sometimes though a little bit of support material can evade us. Small clippers, sharp knife and a bit of fine sanding paper is a good choice of weapons for this.
Compared to traditional plastic miniatures with mold lines and sprue removal the cleanup of resin miniatures is minimal.