March Your Aventine Auxiliary Infantry For The Glory Of Rome

January 18, 2013 by brennon

Time for a little bit more historical fun and a look at something from Ancient History. What do you think of Aventine Miniatures' new Auxiliary Infantry for the Roman period...

Attacking & Advancing Auxiliary Infantry

This stance allows you to create a rank of infantry advancing and attacking the enemy. It would be good to mix up an entire regiment and have the first rank like this, slowly going back to a more standing position. It would certainly look pretty natural.

The models are looking pretty good and should be an easy addition to any historical army for any wargame. I like that the shields are blank and you can get whatever transfer you like for them.

What do you think?

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