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Les Grognards

Original price $34.95 - Original price $349.00
Original price $104.00
$34.95 -
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The team began with a core of Napoleon’s Young and Old Guard from Waterloo and later were reinforced with troops from the Western Front of the Great War and decades later from the jungles of Vietnam. Over the centuries, their shared French language and culture (and trades by owners) have brought them together as a combined team on the Death Fields circuit. Even after centuries, the elite members of Les Grognards go to battle with the cry: “Vive la France!”

This box set includes enough parts to build 24 heroic scale 28mm figures with a variety of options including standard rifles, heavy lasers, flamethrowers, pistols, swords, heavy plasma guns, communication packs, and grenades. There are also four unique head types with and without gas-masks (192 total heads in this box)s.

  • Sculpting: Bob Naismith
  • Illustration: Diego Gisbert Llorens
  • Figure Painting: Matthew Leahy and Andy Zeck

Models require assembly and painting. Bases are not included.

Big Gerry of On Table Top provides a comprehensive review of the set along with build options, tips, and ideas: 

Customer Reviews

Based on 32 reviews
Perfect for Guard

These are great for Sci-Fi French Foreign Legion or Napoleon in space and scale perfect with GW guard. I compared side by side with the new GW plastic Cadians and eye level is almost exactly dead on. I used a proxy base that is 1 mm taller than the GW one, so that's the reason for the difference

Chris Smith
Excellent models

I've been eyeing up buying this model set for a while and finally took the plunge, got one and I've never been happier! The models are solid plastic and really easy to assemble, although a set of instructions would be nice to understand all the accessories.
The detail is equal to other, more well known brands, and the sheer number of heads is so generous, other manufacturers should be ashamed!

If I did have any issues, it would be similar to those already made by fellow purchasers- more poses or a split body would be nice to increase the amount of poses available.

I can't recommend this more and look forward to gettinf more in the future!

Matthieu M.
Good quality

Good quality, nice sculpts. The only drawback would be the lack of left handed arms for the sergeant.

Solid "half sprue" set

I haven't had an occassion to fully delve into building the Grognards, but I like the set. There's a real value in the amount of customisation and possibilities in this set only, increased incredibly by other sets, be it from WA or other producers. My biggest issue lays in the weapon models. It's definitely a case of taste, but I feel some aspects been overplayed. Las-muskets seems bit too bulky, with a lot of gribbles that make gun hard to read. Bayonets are massive - wide and heavy, with setup suggesting it's some kind of energy weapon as well. The included saw-sabre seems light in comparison (and it's an awesome piece of plastic!). Grenade launcher and plasma gun seems fine - especially the latter seems to look better than what a box art suggested. The flame thrower seems like it's a bit too much going on, with pipes, textures, cannister and weirdly shaped output.

Rest of the gear looks awesome - light energy weapon looks intimidating in compact form, there are detailed melee and pistol options, so you can fix your seargants easily. Amount of available heads and sets is mind boggling - can't wait to find use for them!

Kevin Collier
Excellent all around

I bought some Raumjager along side these guys and expected more of the same, I was not expecting them to be even better! The entire sprue of head options allows for amazing customizability, and even allows for easy distinction for sergeants. The models themselves have one solid piece for the torso and legs, which cuts back a little on the posability front, but the ease of assembly when you are putting together 20+ makes up for that since IMO, how many different ways can you pose "Dude with rifle." The arms together much smoother this time, I only had maybe three times I had wonky spacing between the gun and the left arm, however I will say that two of the "straight arms" look almost identical but are just different enough that you need to make sure you match them to the proper rifle or you get telekinesis guns. A fun thing I noticed was that there are these more traditional bowl helmets with gas masks that when used make our Napoleonic Frenchmen look more WW1 trench soldier-y, which can be a nice surprise if you want that kind if vibe. Also the bayonets are sharp enough they kept piercing my skin and actually hold themselves to the foam tray above them when I put them in storage, so I have hangers-on when I pull them out. 10/10 will buy again.