Everything just received a quick glance at this point. I spent the evening over at Genghis Con helping to man the painting room and I probably won't have time for a good look at these till Monday. Still I have to crack open all three boxes, you know just to make sure everything was there. Off the bat these look like really good kits. Its hard to tell before I start some assembly but at first glance they look good, much higher quality than the kits being produced by the original owners of Wargames Factory.
|Inside are two sprues of infantry, one command sprue and a sprue of bases. As they say enough for 30 miniatures.|
|British Infantry Sprue|
|Like the British box inside are two sprues of infantry, one command sprue and a sprue of bases. Again enough for 30 miniatures.|
|Continental Infantry Sprue|
|The mix in this box is a little different. Inside are three sprues of infantry and a sprue of bases. Again enough for 30 miniatures but no command to go with them although there are a couple of horns on the sprues.|
|Militia Infantry Sprue|
Along with the minis came a copy of The Rebellion by Warlord Games. While I'm not sure if Black Powder will be the ruleset I want to use, the historical information in the book is worth the price of admission. I received a book from Amazon as well; A Guide to the Battles of the American Revolution. I think this will be a great companion book to go along with the Greg Novak books. I'm looking forward to digging into this one.
|Sorry for the poor picture on this one but its late on Thursday night and I'm not going to re-do it!|