Printing In Detail Bring 10mm Mercenaries To Fantasy Tabletops

November 10, 2021 by brennon

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Printing In Detail has been working away on more stunning 10mm miniatures for your Fantasy wargames. The last few weeks saw them adding the Mercenary Army to their collection based on the sculpts by MiniRat Studio.

Mercenary Army Pikemen - Printing In Detail

Mercenary Army Pikemen // Printing In Detail

There are four different sets for you to pick up currently which could form the core of your Mercenary-based force or find themselves getting added in alongside the likes of the Empire Of Man. The Pikemen would be perfect as Estalians who have been drafted in to fight in the Border Princes.

Perhaps your army is missing some solid cavalry options? Well, that's where these Mercenary Army Light Cavalry come in.

Mercenary Army Light Cavalry - Printing In Detail

Mercenary Army Light Cavalry // Printing In Detail

Sticking with the idea of using them in The Old World, these would be great as the forces of Araby, riding to the aid of some wandering army that has perhaps found themselves waylaid by Orcs on the frontier. They'll save them, of course, but for a price.

You could also call on these Mercenary Army Crossbowmen who are heavily armoured and ready to pin down your foes.

Mercenary Army Light Crossbowmen - Printing In Detail

Mercenary Army Crossbowmen // Printing In Detail

I don't think that I'd want to run towards a line of crossbows hunkered down behind those shields. As is the case with all of the Printing In Detail collection, the 3D Prints themselves are insanely detailed and packed full of quality, pulling together everything MiniRat has sculpted.

Capping things off, for now, we also have the Mercenary Army Galloper Guns. Tow those guns into position and start raining down shot on your foes.

Mercenary Army Galloper Guns - Printing In Detail

Mercenary Army Galloper Guns // Printing In Detail

A great little vignette, just what you want when putting together crews of artillery. As you can see, the collection carries through that Estalian theme alongside a touch of the Araby making them a solid choice for people looking to play Warmaster. I am eager to see how this collection grows and what Printing In Detail are going to add to their webstore next!

Are you tempted to pick these up?

"...the collection carries through that Estalian theme alongside a touch of the Araby making them a solid choice for people looking to play Warmaster"

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