Empress Miniatures Sculpt Up New World War I Artillery

September 1, 2021 by brennon

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Empress Miniatures has been previewing some more of their World War I collection that is going to be releasing soon. One of the more recent pieces is this Artillery set for those playing as the British during The Great War.

World War I British Artillery - Empress Miniatures

World War I British Artillery // Empress Miniatures

They have been showing off both the crew and the guns that you'll be able to throw into the mix. I really like the detail that goes into these miniatures, especially the crewmen. It's almost enough to make me want to dive into World War I on the tabletop. Especially with those new plastics coming up from Wargames Atlantic.

World War I British Artillery Loading - Empress Miniatures

World War I British Artillery Loading // Empress Miniatures

In addition to the crew handling the artillery pieces, we also got a peek at those wanting to cart these big guns around. As well as the guns being set up and ready for battle, you can also show off the miniatures as part of a vignette, diorama, or perhaps objective where the British are moving guns into position.

World War I British Artillery In Transit - Empress Miniatures

World War I British Artillery In Transit // Empress Miniatures

I think this is more suited to a display piece than a gaming piece but as I mention, it could also be worked into games as an objective. Have this trundling across the battlefield alongside a regiment of soldiers only for it to get ambushed by Germans.

World War I British Artillery Cavalry - Empress Miniatures

World War I British Artillery Cavalry // Empress Miniatures

This builds on an already expansive range of World War I British from the folks at Empress Miniatures. Much of their collection covers the period of 1914/1915 so you can factor that into the way in which you expand your army.

Are you going to be picking these up from Empress when they get released?

"Much of their collection covers the period of 1914/1915 so you can factor that into the way in which you expand your army..."

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