Prussian Reserve (1813-1815) Now On Pre-Order

Prussian Reserve (1813-1815) Now On Pre-Order

We are pleased to announce that you can now pre-order the Prussian Reserve infantry set with an expected release date in March. 

This is a new type of plastic set for us, our first ARMY BUILDER set. It's designed to let you build the bulk of your forces with a minimal amount of assembly and for a great value. Instead of 24-36 models in the box, you get a whopping 60 for the same price ($34.95 / £25) but with less parts to stick together. In this case, there is also no command included and you will have to source command from another manufacturer in either metal or plastic. This gives you the flexibility to set the ratio of command to troops in your unit depending on which set of rules you play. If you want 12-man, 24-man, 36-man, or 124-man units have at it!

Click here to see more and pre-order yours! 

This will be our third Napoleonic set (although the second released as the Spanish needed a bit more work) and the first of the Army Builder sets. 

You get 10 of these sprues but you'll have to source your own command from somewhere else!

 

Artwork by Peter Dennis

We are excited to see what you think of this Army Builder idea and how we can use it for other subjects both for Napoleonics and other historical periods and perhaps even fantasy. Feel free to tell us your ideas and thoughts below. 

Sculpting: Thieu Duong

Painting and Photography: Matthew Leahy

Box Design: Henry Hyde

Research and Advice: Dr. Stephen Summerfield and Thomas Young

Get yours now!

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Comments

Petrus - February 26, 2021

Love the idea. Good price tag for the amount of figures as well. Might be worthwhile to expand this product line into other timelines as well

Joseph M. Stephens - February 22, 2021

These are great and a great idea. I can get plastic Prussian command from Perry as line and reserve officers were outfitted the same. I would like to see this done for Bavarians.

Ben - February 16, 2021

Good for what it is but I won’t be buying. I much prefer the amazing multi use sets like Les Grognards, or Lizardmen. I can use those in both scifi and fantasy.

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