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Over the Hills and Far Away

Over the Hills and Far Away

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First steps …

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I knew I had made a start previous on the models in the box, but thought I would take a look at where I actually got up to, and by the look of things the Hanoverians were being to muster and take shape.  Models are based individually to allow easiness of line up the units to begin with without painting them, so that I can get the game on the go.  Hence the movement tray!

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I had also bought a set of Perry Miniatures’ Hanoverian Field command in peaked forage caps, red coatees, advancing to give them their full title.  I think the code was BN13.  I do find that they are a little thinner, and the slightest bit shorter than the Warlord Games plastics.  I may purchase some Warlord Games Hanoverian command to flesh the unit out correctly and compare against the Perrys, but for now I think I just need to build the rest of the Warlord plastics to get the unit on the table. 

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Hoping (if I can make some decent round on my latest essay that is due in just over a week) to get some time and the unit built in full over the Easter Weekend.

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how do you find the Perry metals in size comparison to the plastics? I picked some Zulu War Perry’s stuff up and they dwarf the warlord plastics

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