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Yes they do! And best news of all, Strelets is still active if a little more qiescent than last year. I can live with that, though it'd be pity if the nice Friday teasers were gone for good, they used to be starting points for many good discussions. Anyway, keep up the good work folks!
Nice set of Bavarians!
Some signs of life from camp Strelets!
Not too sure about the 2 poses on the 2nd row (look as if they are about bayonet someones head or use their muskets as a javelin!), but otherwise some very nice figures. I have been a big fan of the Bavarian sets released.
Now then, where are those Brits or Brunswickers in square.......?!!😁
I must say I'm a big fan of the inclusion of casualties in recent sets by Strelets. They really add a lot of life to any diorama, although I understand why wargamers may not want them.
I was wondering do the Bavarian's carry two flags if so I was wondering if it would be possible to have a second flag bearer in the box. I would love all armies that carried two flags to have them in each box.
Sorry for being greedy but its great that you have added our other suggestions such as casualties and bare flag poles.
On a separate matter I hope you and your family's are all safe and well and I hope that everything calms down in your part of the world.
Thanks for that link I thought that site had disappeared many years ago. I will spend a few hour browsing that tomorrow
The useful link provided by Flambeau answers this question quite succinctly, but let's also note that one flag bearer to around 40 non-flag-bearers in a box is plenty....
Although having said that I do know of some wargamers who would disagree.
An average Bavarian (and any other) Napoleonic battalion would have many more drummers, officers and NCOs than ensigns with colours.
so true, we wouldn't be wargamers if we all agreed that is why we all need rules just to play a game, perhaps we can ask for extra drummers as well lol.
I think a comment from me disappeared? I am sure that I hit 'submit'? Perhaps I did not...
Anyway, in more abbreviated form, it was something like:
Lovely figures and excellent range of poses. I too appreciate the casualty figures as the new 'bonus' figures.
Great to have new masters back on the website and especially Napoleonic ones.
(I thought afterwards, the number of Bavarians is fast approaching the number of Highlanders. Just as well there were more of them in any of the battles at which they were present. Time for more of the troops from big nations, Austrians would be good, or some dedicated Russian musketeers. Then you can do Rogers Brunswickers in square, haha!!)
Joking aside, I agree. Russia still needs firing lines, in attack/advance etc as does Austria & Prussia. I assume Bavaria will get a firing line too to complete their lineup?
But yes I would really like to see both British Line and Brunswickers in square!!
These look awesome
Weeks without any news and then ...
Strelets knows very well to surprise us.
I am surprised and very fascinated too....
Acceptons le fait que nous vivons un rêve éveillé ,auraient t on imaginé autant de boîte de Bavarois encore un petit effort il ne manque plus que les chevaux léger et de l artillerie
Mais je ne comprend pas que l Autriche soit le parent pauvre du 1er Empire
Bravo quand même
Sometimes all you have to do is just wait a little bit:slightly_smiling_face::
Always great to see more WSS figures on the horizon:eyes: What a lovely drummer as well.
Us Deserty types have been waiting too,just saying...
Great to hear directly from you Strelets. A beaut figure too!
All the best and kind regards, James