The Assault Group Yeomanry Are A Fowl Bunch On Chickstarter

October 4, 2019 by avernos

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The Assault Group (TAG) are currently running a campaign to increase the forces of the Halfling menace with their Chickstarter II

TAG - Yeomen of the Yard

This Chickstarter (did I mention I love that?) is to fund heavy rooster cavalry for the diminutive ones with an old school feel and a striking 15th-century European look. There are currently 4 versions of the dino-descendants with 4 riders, some of which look hauntingly familiar.

TAG - Halfling Marius Painted

It might not be too clear in the painted version but if we look at the unpainted foot and mounted versions this fellow has a countenance like a certain dual-wielding Elector that we all know and that I love; I love his grumpy widdle face so much 😀

Apart from the Count and his knights, there is also a halfling mage, again mounted and on foot.

TAG - Hafling Sorceror

Very reminiscent of the Empire Battle Mage, I do wish that they had doubled the heads so you could have the same mounted and foot version, because I'm like that, but apart from that it's a lovely set of corpulent casters.

After people asked if it was possible to get some of the older halflings from the last Kickstarter, Peter Brown from TAG has announced this morning that the entire Halfling range will be added later today as options, so if you want to start a force for Saga: Age of Magic, a warband for Warlords of Erewhon, or maybe the fat little fellows are just your thing for some roleplaying games definitely check out the Kickstarter. For myself, I'll be given thought to adding some honour guard to my Rhodian League.

If Halflings aren't your thing I recommend browsing TAG's website as they have a wide range from pulp and ultra moderns to medieval China alongside the fantasy miniatures.

Would you fancy a handful of hobbit helpfulness on your tabletop? 

"This Chickstarter (did I mention I love that?) is to fund heavy rooster cavalry for the diminutive ones with an old school feel and a striking 15th century European look."

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