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Author Topic: Khurasan adds more codes to 15mm Pre-Samurai Japanese range  (Read 1193 times)

Offline Khurasan Miniatures

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We have our backlog of orders (more or less) under control, so we've turned our webstore back on, and have added some new models to our Kofun (Pre-Samurai) Japanese range of 15mm models, the "Be" Peasant Archers and the Emishi auxiliary skirmishers.

The "Be" archers are dressed as servants -- they add mass to the Kofun army, supplementing the heavily armoured nobles and their retainers. 

The Emishi were aborginals living in northeastern Honshu, called "the hairy people" by the Chinese -- the Japanese called them far worse things, and feared and respected them as deadly archers.  They stuck arrows in their topknots, as faithfully depicted here!  These function as light skirmishers  (in this period they had not yet adopted horsemanship).

Thanks to Duncan Head for his help reconstructing these troops.

These and the rest of the Kofun range are available here:
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Offline Sangennaru

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Re: Khurasan adds more codes to 15mm Pre-Samurai Japanese range
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