15mm Gaulish Army for Infamy, Infamy

After a few weeks work, I finished off my Gaulish army in 15mm for Infamy, Infamy, the recent Too Fat Lardies ancients large skirmish rules. I based this on the Belgae lists in the rules book, but with an Asterix theme. it consists of almost seventy figures. The ones below are the 10 x Amboxtoi Warriors in mail shirts and 30 x Warriors with swords, along with their two leaders. 

Gaulish warriors in 15mm for Infamy, Infamy

Next up are the village levy, these are different from the warriors in that they are largely carrying spears rather than swords and have no armour. These also have a leader and there are six slingers out front ready to harass the Romans.

Gaulish tribal levy and slingers in 15mm

That's not all, I added an extra musician and standard bearer from the support lists. I also added a couple of extra leaders and one special one, the indomitable Gaul himself, Asterix! This was a figure made by Plastoy and came with his hut at the back, which I will be using as a barbarian ambush point in games. 

Gaulish leaders including Asterix

So that's the entire army complete for now. I may add support options in the future, but I am happy with how it looks for now. Apart from Asterix, the figures are all by Blue Moon and the bases are from Warbases

A Gaulish army in 15mm

In addition, I made a short walk through video of these figures, which you can watch below, with a bit more explanation of them:

Comments

  1. Good idea to go 15mm. Love the Asterix theme too!

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    1. Cheers Jim, yep, the decision was dictated by price and space really. always loved Asterix, so this was a no-brainer for me!

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  2. Superb : army, building...and Asterix!

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    1. Cheers Phil, yep, I definitely couldn't do a Gaulish army without including Asterix!

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  3. Those look great. I look forward to your first game report with them in.

    Cheers,

    Pete.

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    1. Cheers Pete, that will be a little way off as I am still waiting of the Romans. ETA is August, so I'm told...

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