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Great relief! Thanks! So the Strelets website team only mixed up the unfinished master of the Shaab/Petraria Arcatinus with the Roman catapult set? If the onager will match the box art, catapult & crew will become an outstanding set. I’ll definitely buy a lot of them then. For the crusader catapult, the construction of course will make more sense when a bow will be added (as the power source instead of torsion ropes). Personally, I now can’t await the master of the Roman machine.
Your assessment as to each era's machines was absolutely correct! I also hope the machines match the box art and there will be pictures of the masters for the Roman Machine soon. I've been very much looking forward to seeing the unveiling of these. :-) Cheers!
The Romans the inventors of golf naturally with the heads of their enemies as golf balls....
Well he could be involved in a number of activitys, however hes missing some kit his military belt...no self respecting legionaire would be seen dead without his belt, which the groin guard should be attached too but appantly isnt, naturally he would also have a side arm his gladius and pugio.... doughtless his other kit would be stacked close at hand with that of his mates...
So which is this "great set of Roman Artillerymen, and in multiple colors"?