Sunday, January 17, 2016

More Elves for Dragon Rampant

I found a few more figures I could paint up to finish up a couple of units for Dragon Rampant. All are Elves from West Wind Productions that I’d originally picked up to make elements for Hordes of the Things (actually, now that I think of it, they were picked up for a short-lived 28mm Warmaster project that quickly turned into a 28mm Hordes of the Things project…). They came in unit boxes of 24 so for each I planned to use 18 for HoTT elements and the remaining six would be individually based for skirmishing/role-playing. A few of them were painted eight years ago - One of the batch of three HotT Elements and the leaders of these two units. I couldn’t find when I painted the other three axemen, but I imagine it was about the same time.

(Remember: click on the pictures for a bigger version):

Elves with Great Swords – all but the champion are newly painted. I figured these could be fielded as Elite Foot for 6 points.

Elves with Great Axes – two of the guys without helmets are not.  These could also be fielded as Elite Foot for 6 points.

I also have these Wood Elf War Dancers (I think I actually have a total of 18 now). What could I field them as? Bellicose Foot? Three reduced model units (6 figures each) of Bellicose Foot?

With the Elite Elf Archers @ 6 points (for Light Missile, Sharpshooters, Reduced Model Unit), three War Dancers @ 4 points each (Bellicose Foot, Reduced Model Unit), and the two units of Elite Foot above @ 6 points each. I have 30 points worth of Individually based figures I could field as part of Elf Warbands…

Coming soon on Tim’s Miniature Wargaming Blog:

Swashbucklers seem mostl likely… but who knows... I might find some other fantasy stuff for Dragon Rampant to finish up... 


  1. Great figures Tim. Looking forward to seeing the warband

  2. Lovely work, Tim ! :) Cheers!

  3. Some lovely figures! Had our first game yesterday....great fun. Love the introduction of Strength meant we both played 32 point Warbands with just a dozen or so figures each. Makes the game even more flexible than it already is.