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Again I will say that I think that a wild west set would be ideally suited to the Strelets style.
Townsfolk,prospecters,sherriff & outlaws ,gamblers,buffalo hunters and cowboys.
Long duster coats,slouch hats etc.
We need more ancients to fight those multiple Romans.
There are only a few Iberians (a multitude of people), few italicans, no etruscans, some celtiberians, no set for lusitanians, no liguarians, no illyrians, no aquitanians, bad indians, only one set thracians.
There are no pontic armies, only a few parthians, only very few sucessor state troops (solely elephants).
If you consider the brightness of different equipment, fighting styles, there is hardly another period in time to compete.
I would love to see different sets for those "forgotten" nations.
Carthaginians would be awesome. As would figures for the English civil wars.
French colonials is a gaping black hole in 1/72 - I'd rather Strelets went a little of the beaten track and did the initial French conquest of Algeria in the early 1840's than the Beau Geste era but, hey, that would be great too.
After the recent reveal of the great Stalingrad Germans some Russian counterparts for them must be Strelets next priority though.
- Wild West : dismounted US Cav, Apaches, Sioux, Mexicans
- FFL and enemies : Camarone, Riff War and Indochina 1950s
- Korea War Winter : USMC, Chinese
- WW3 : Nato and Warsaw pact in NBC outfits
- Soviets and Mujahideen in Afghanistan
And this is just the beginning of my list!!
A full set of mounted Roman Emperors, in the style of the 3 figures in the Imperial Legion set.
The three are clearly recognizable, and I do feel these "personality" figures are what Strelets do best.
To compliment, a rival set of non-Roman personalities from the same era.