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I told you I didn't remember exactly!
Sung sounds right, but I could be thinking of something else...I meant whatever dynasty existed during Genghis Khan's time.
--Okay, just looked it up online, said it was Jin. Oh well...Sun? Jin? Doesn't sound the same...my mistake! It's been a while since I did heavy research on the Chinese dynasties (I did a little a year or two back).
Anyway, we DO need more Chinese figs! I demand MOOOOOOOORRRREEE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Glad you agree!
Even I can't manage to remember which dynasty was in which part of China, it always gets complicated to me!
Anyway let's cheer up and know that if we stand together on this we will "force" someone to finally rethink the Chinese and make us some nice figures!
Hooray for China(s)!!
Could I make another suggestion of including some more neutral non-combative poses that would be useful for operating artillery pieces, including open/empty hands. It would be usefull for conversions for characters or specialist individuals. Thanks David for making relevant comments for this set.
as we talked about the Chinese armies. I would have more of them in mind. 1592-1599 fighting the Japanese in Korea (beside of course the Koreans).
And don't forget the Tai Ping rebellion. More people died there then in the first Worldwar.
I believe the Tai Ping rebellion also introduced to America the "death of 10,000 cuts" and gave it "General Tso's chicken".
Yes! More asian figs! How about Chosin empire men? (Yi Sun-Shin, Korea.) Then we can model the Hideyoshi invasions!