Grenzer Games Release Their 3D Printable 15mm Romans

January 8, 2021 by brennon

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Grenzer Games released their 3D Printable 15mm Romans for use in your Historical wargames just before Christmas. If you missed out on these then you can now snag yourself a pack of files to work on at home, especially if you've got dreams of a mighty Ancient-era army.

Roman Command - Grenzer Games

Roman Command // Grenzer Games

Leading the way there is a pack of Roman Command figures which will be useful when you're building up your regiments and marching to war. Within this set, you get a Legate, Centurion, Optio, Cornicen, Vexillarius and Signifer. If you've watched anything about Romans then all of these options will be immediately familiar to you I'm sure!

These commanders can then take charge of a set of Roman Legionary figures which will form the bulk of your army.

Roman Legionary - Grenzer Games

Roman Legionary // Grenzer Games

This breaks down into four different poses including the Gladius Legionary Advancing, Gladius Legionary Primed, Pilum Legionary Marching, and Pilum Legionary Lofting. You can pose these to make dynamic looking units which are forming up and marching as well as getting stuck into the fighting.

You have the core of a Roman force here but you can also pick up a character miniature too from Grenzer. Here is there Legate model for Quintus Drusus.

Legate Quintus Drusus - Grenzer Games

Legate: Quintus Drusus // Grenzer Games

This General can be placed at the centre of your force directing the action and give a focal point for your troops to rally around. These look like quite nicely detailed figures I have to say and there are a few examples of the finished product out there in the world too!

Printed Examples - Grenzer Games

Printed Examples // Grenzer Games

Despite being a lover of the Dark Age I don't think I'll ever get bored of seeing classic Romans like these marching to war on the tabletop. Coming in at an exceptionally cheap price it would be fun to see some folks in the community with access to 3D Printers giving these a go!

What do you make of these 15mm Romans?

"I don't think I'll ever get bored of seeing classic Romans like these marching to war on the tabletop..."

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