Old figures, old rules, old scenery, old articles, old reviews, and old wargamers.
Not old school. Just old.
They take me back!
I would have these to add to the hoplit I have
I assume that these figures are made of plastic? I was wondering if you know whether they were later cast in metal by Ros? My reason for asking is that I am trying to record the complete Ros 25mm range on my blog "Ros 25mm Figures". I know that Ros listed ancient figures and it may be possible that they simply cast the Rospaks in metal? The figures that I am aware of that appear in the Ros 25mm listings are: Persian Immortals, Persian Foot Archers, Rhodian Slingers and Roman Auxiliary Moorish Cavalry.
Bob, I just came across your Ros blog a week or ten days ago, good luck with it. Yes the Rospak figures were in hard plastic - there is an article on them at Plastic Soldier review here:http://www.plasticsoldierreview.com/ShowFeature.aspx?id=57I've never seen any suggestion that they were reissued in metal, but that doesn't mean it didn't happen -- you'd need someone to send you some pictures of the metal ancients to compare to work out either wayRegardsClive
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