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Fantasy Egyptians in 10mm

First force of lockdown an new-old project - Pendraken Fantasy Egyptians that will become a Siatic Egyptian army for MeG

Two bits of terrain/characters for other games. Thanks to Drew at Studio Bergstrom for finding these old sculpts from Eureka for me. Guarding the Stargate!

Really like the way these came out, Jaffa looking mean and moody, or are they painted colossal statutes?

Jaffa are awesome

Jaffa on guard

Bit more work on this army.

Converted 40 Pendraken skeletal archers to Egyptian archers


Headdresses and loincloths added


Cheeky top view


Unit at full strength with the stand I painted previously


Twang!


These are the guard archers - 48 converted with added headdresses and armour


Certainly look menacing




And on these, with Phil's advice, I sculpted armour


Skilled, protected, drilled archers, yes please!


I also fashioned some wound markers from rising dead and dungeon corpses.




I based up the Stargate






Chariotry and generals/mages done, this was quite a job.
The batch


All archers had loincloths and head scarfs fitted, all mummies had their hands drilled and spears fitted. Chariots are actually Elven, and have had their yolks extended.
Red squadron






Blue squadron


It's a smaller squadron as the army only has ten chariot bases.


First stand of foot archers, need to order a lot more and convert them!




A stargate, that will form my army baggage element (thanks to Drew at Studio Bergstrom for this)


Reverse
What else could I use as my baggage

Either generals or magic users (if I use them for fantasy MeG), two with various Pendraken items added to bases, and one with spare converted archers.


This also reuses my original mummies from the army. Seniority has its privillages!


The army, so far!

Line linfantry update! Ordered some extra 'Pharoahs undead tomb guard' from Leon, and now I have my two units of average Egyptian spears.

The present batch



The four extra stands for my original units, taking them to six stands.



 The new unit, night and Anubis themed. Was two figures short (coz I can't count) but added a casulty figure to fill the gap!

Marching under the desert sun.


All the infantry at the moment

And teh whole army so far, this will expand shortly! Four TuGs done.


Old Glory 10mm Egyptian light cavalry, acting as Medjai*. A gift from a friend as he could not use them.

MeG has a catagory of 'flexible' for troops that can switch between skirmish and formed troops. Here they are deployed as light horse skirmishers.




Deployed as formed




(oh come on, Medjai, they're cool, I looked at the one historical source for fantasy Egyptians, The Mummy [1999], hence the dark grey uniform nature of these guys)


These are a lovely little range, buried in the Pendraken catalogue, so beautiful sculpts.

Slight rebase/additions to the units, ready to annoy serious MeG players as these are going to become a 26th Dynasty list.

Annubis warriors rebased (one base) and five more bases added,









I added the blue war crown and longer cross braces on the chariot.


Eight originals rebased, and eight more added.


Pharoahs Undead Tomb Guard: The blue has not really shown up.


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