Another War Of The Triple Alliance Release From Perry Miniatures

November 9, 2020 by brennon

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The Perry Miniatures twins have another set of new miniatures in the mix for those playing out the Historical battles of the War Of The Triple Alliance. Some new Paraguayan and Brazilians are the focus of this month's releases.

The War Of The Triple Alliance Preview - Perry Miniatures

The War Of The Triple Alliance // Perry Miniatures

The focus of this range is to build up a collection of miniatures for a war that I don't think many people really have that much knowledge of and yet shaped the future of South America and how we view it now in the modern-day. We talked more about this war in past posts about the Perry Miniatures releases and it seems like a fascinating period of history.

Paraguayan Command Advancing - Perry Miniatures

Paraguayan Command Advancing // Perry Miniatures

As mentioned above, the new selection of releases focuses in and around the Paraguayans and Brazilians who get themselves a lot of Advancing and Firing troops to help build the core of each force.

Paraguayan Infantry Attacking - Perry Miniatures

Paraguayan Infantry Attacking // Perry Miniatures

One thing that I have noted from looking at the miniatures we've seen previewed for this game is just how colourful everything is. As well as including troops with their very standard uniforms you've also got a lot of them wearing traditional dress too.

Brazilian Cacadores Skirmishing - Perry Miniatures

Brazilian Cacadores Skirmishing // Perry Miniatures

In that sense, this seems like a pretty interesting period to explore in terms of painting as a hobbyist. Even if you don't end up playing many battles with your forces you'd be stepping outside of your comfort zone that's for sure!

Brazilian Casualties - Perry Miniatures

Brazilian Casualties // Perry Miniatures

All of these new miniatures can be viewed on the Perry Miniatures webstore as well as in their dedicated War Of The Triple Alliance which also has plenty of additional packs for you to pick up in metal. If you're up for exploring a lesser-known theatre of war then this could be the conflict for you to play out on the tabletop.

What do you think?

"If you're up for exploring a lesser-known theatre of war then this could be the conflict for you to play out on the tabletop..."

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