|Right Hand view of four Crossbowmen firing|
There are two basic poses for the firing figures, one in a padded leather or cloth jacket and one in woollen tunics. Both figures come with separate crossbows, both are nicely sculpted and very easy to paint.
|Left Hand view of four Crossbowmen firing|
Again, there are two basic poses for the re-loading figures, and again one in a padded leather or cloth jacket and one in woollen tunics. One figures come with separate crossbow, the other where the figure is using his foot to stretch the crossbow string, has the weapon moulded onto the figure. Again both are nicely sculpted.
|Right Hand view of four Crossbowmen re-loading|
|A very scary band of Border Ruffians|
|And another view...|
|Two of the Gripping Beast characters, one wearing a mask typical of the time, |
the other sporting the Bishop's Purple Sash.
|Two more figures, on the left a hairy Ruffian in skillet helmet, |
on the right an older guy in leather cap.
|Another two characters, ion the left wearing a buff leather jerkin, |
on the right wearing some old chainmail.
|The final two guys, both with pistols tucked into their Purple sashes, |
each wearing breastplates and helmets