Also from the WFB Dogs of War range are these 3 henchmen for Cesare, all from "Pizarro's Lost Legion". The weapons are all plastic from the latest Empire Militia and Frostgrave range. There are a spear-man, scout (with sword and buckler) and crossbowman.
As one travels through the Dungeons, one is sure to meet all kinds of goblinness. Therefore I managed to pick this old school Squighunter from Ebay and I will gladly use it to scare the kids at school when it comes bounding down the passages.
That leaves me with 5 figures in 28mm thus scoring 25 points and Bob.
Our Dutch father and son duo strikes early and on the mark. Terrific work you two! What a terrific set of figures. That kit-mod of the Tillean pikeman is brilliant Sander. His filigreed armour is very sharp and his helmet turban is a fantastic bit of brushwork.
I have fond memories of the Dogs of War as it was a list that Greg was playing when I first met him at a local tournament. Back in the 4th edition days pike units were incredibly tough and I remember that all of the whacky special rules that DoW had made their opponents absolutely nuts. All in all a good army for Greg.