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11th-14th Century Samurai (Genpei War, Yuan Dynasty Invasions etc.)
13th Century Sung Dynasty Chinese Infantry and Artillery
13th Century Yuan Dynasty as above
War of 1812-14
French Canadian Voltigeurs
US Riflemen in hunting frock
Also I firmly believe priority should be given to subjects that have never been released before in decent sculpts (subjective I know...) but many on the existing list have (some multiple times).
Just my opinion :)
Napoleonic Portuguese Cazadores in light brown please. Some Napoleonic civilians would also be most welcome.
- French Paras and Viet Minh (Indochina / Dien Bien Phu)
- Mexican Revolution figures 1910 - 1920
- Chaco War figures (Paraguay and Bolivia)
- Balkan Wars
- Spanish American War (mentioned above) + Moros (Moro Rebellion)
- Indian Mutiny
Thank you everyone - what exciting wishes!
I am keeping and updating the "Wish List" on a memory stick so I can easily update it and keep it updated and then post it fresh once the list begins to disappear behind other more urgent current topics every few weeks or monthly, or so.
QUESTION?: Should I keep a running count after each suggestion of how many times Collectors request/suggest their wish if it is the same as requested before? If 2, or 3, or more Collectors would like to see the same thing made, what is the simplest way to show it is a "Most Requested?"
I actually want anyone to not only request something new, but also equally important, re-request something already on the list, such as unique and new FFL never done before whom several of us would like to see made.
I'm not a Technical (Techy) kind of guy, but I want to show somehow when so many Collectors as a group would like to request the same topic.
Thank you in advance for your wisdom!
I don't remember if I suggested this before, and apologies if I have, but I think a set of French Foreign Legion mounted on mules would be a worthwhile addition to a new FFL range. Mules were the Legion's main source of transport in the desert, and were absolutely crucial to maintaining supplies and manpower. Much like the legionnaires themselves, the mules weren't pretty or fancy, but they got the job done
Hi Colin, Yes you did! And it is me who has to apologize for losing that last updated list which included the mounted FFL. From now on I'll update the list kept on a memory stick and then download to the Forum. Have a great week.
for imperial Romans:
Emperors court during campaign as well as (civil) in Rome
roman triumphal procession
roman politicians (in senate, law court, ...) useful for both republican and imperial era
as limited issue: ancient personalities