January 28, 2016 by brennon
Perry Miniatures are working on their French Knights and Men-At-Arms for Agincourt and with the boxed sets available in February they have shown off the artwork and some of the models from the sprues. To begin with though we have this amazing artwork…
This work is by the amazing Peter Dennis who has done a lot of work for the Perry twins and Osprey/Warlord for their books and box art. They really get to the heart of the conflict and show off some pretty spectacular moments that you would want to re-create on the tabletop.
But now, the miniatures! While I love the idea of using these for Agincourt and Medieval gaming I also think this is a perfect excuse to look at adding more soldiers to a Game of Thrones based army.
The models are fairly spot-on for the many of the armies in Westeros and they already work nicely with a lot of additional kits out there in the same scale. Here’s a look at the sprue as well to show you some of the options.
It looks like you get a good array of weapons with swords, hammers, spears and more. You also get the visors which give you a simple way of turning them from looking like Men-At-Arms to Knights.
Now to paint these soldiers up in Baratheon colours! Ours Is The Fury!
What do you think of the range?
"I also think this is a perfect excuse to look at adding more soldiers to a Game of Thrones based army..."