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I'd also love to see 13th century Chinese Song Dynasty, Korean Koryo Dynasty and Japanese Kamakura era (very different to the 16th-17th era covered by others) sets none of which have been done before.
Also agree about the abandoned War of 1812 line - would like US Dragoons, Scott's Infantry Brigade, Canadian Voltigeurs and Royal Marines in trousers.
I would be interested in every ancient/medieval topic.
Sometimes there are new surprising sets/eras, I had ever thought ... and afterwards I like to collect and buy.
One big gap is (already mentioned) Byzantines (e.g. early = Justinian, middle = around 8/9/10 th century, later and late ...)
I'm still hoping to get Roman (imperial and republican) command sets (even big box 907 provide some nice figures). But with the large amount of Imperial Roman Sets I would buy command sets in a large number!
... and what I also like to see is an expansion of the punic war range with hellenistic troups (Macedonian (Philip V), Seleucides (Antiochos III), etc., infantry, cavalry, elephants, ...)
By the way, are there any roman onagers on the market? Would be nice to have, but i don't find any catapult which is maximum human size.
If there is non, maybe Strelets could make a set of onagers with crew?
Strelets makes a couple of Ancient style artillery sets for consideration:
If you are in Britain, there is an ebay seller doing 3d prints of onagers, ballistas, testudos and other things. Look up 1/72 roman 3d on ebay
Thanks Garrison and Michael,
well the figures of the two Strelets Sets are quite good - just the catapults are not the style and also to big for my purpose.
Are they available on the market? (Haven't looked right now...)
I'm not in Britain, but i'll look it up and maybe i nevertheless can get them.