Mutton Chops & World War I Return To Footsore’s Webstore

May 25, 2021 by brennon

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Footsore Miniatures & Games have started to add more of their Historical World War I British miniatures back onto their webstore. As well as that, they also managed to sneak a new character into the mix too in the form of Colonel "Mutton Chops" Hynman!

Colonel Mutton Chops Hynman - Footsore Miniatures

Colonel "Mutton Chops" Hynman // Footsore Miniatures

This fellow is looking particularly dashing and comes with a stocking great set of mutton chops as the name might suggest. Whilst he has been based in a muddy field here, this fellow was more at home in Egypt. Whilst he was previously the High Commissioner Of Egypt he was also one of the last great British Cavalry leaders.

Colonel Mutton Chops Hynman Back - Footsore Miniatures

Colonel "Mutton Chops" Hynman // Footsore Miniatures

I think this fellow looks suitably on point for those diving into World War I. I could see him watching over the battlefield and evaluating the charge of his cavalry whilst bemoaning the fact that the enemy has much better guns than he'd expected.

More World War I From Footsore Miniatures

If you're interested in World War I and the British, the folks at Footsore Miniatures have an extensive range. You can check out British Cavalry and lots more over on their webstore.

British Cavalry WWI - Footsore Miniatures

British Cavalry WWI // Footsore Miniatures

World War I has always fascinated me but I've never really taken the plunge into it. I think it would be great to use rules like Blood & Valor and give it a go. I think one of the elements of World War I that draws me to it is the fact that it's almost this point in time between an old fashioned style of war and the modern combat of the 20th Century. I mean, they're still using cavalry!

Have you had a look at World War I on the tabletop?

"I think this fellow looks suitably on point for those diving into World War I..."

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