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As I guess that everyone else's wishlist will come first, may be some other wishes can be fulfilled later. Plus I agree with all the wishes of you guys anyway :-)
How about royal courts of the French, British, Austrian, Prussian and Russian kings/emperors? Mme de Pompadour, Voltaire, J.S. Bach, Maria Theresia, Lord Mountbatten....no doubt that we should get regular troops first, but if we're gona continue to buy boxes for the next 50 years or so, we should also get lot's more personality figures. Strelets is the perfect company to do this.
- Mid 19th century Hungarian revolutionary troops to match the Crimean russians on the battlefields of Transylvania in 1849.
- Russian dragoons and uhlans for the Crimea.
- Any kind of Mexican troops from the 1860s for the French intervention.
- Latin-american insurgents for Mexican wars and the Triple Alliance War.
A Russian Tsar's coronation scene... or
The sets needed to complete the Crimean War series... or...
Medieval Russian peasants to fight alongside the Novgorod militia and Prince Alexander's druzhina.
American War of Independence/American Revolution.
More nice Civil War sets.
French and Indian war.
Some decent Plains sets. (The first Strelets set was a very nice start. Just please continue)
Early 18th Century California
All that for a start would be nice.
royal courts of the French, British, Austrian, Prussian and Russian kings/emperors is nice and what about mob attacking Bastille
With about 100 sets per year that are released recently, it looks that the producers soon will have a difficulty with finding interesting opportunities.
Not so. The manufacturers can re-work & release the not-so-good-sets.
Naming no names....
Oh well, looking down sheepishly, as you asked if that was all, I'd really, really like it, if you were to release Medieval Russian peasants, if you would make a figure of Buslai swinging a long pole, Vasilissa with her sword hunting down the evil organist, Gavrilo Oleksich watching Alexander's back, and Mikula leading the peasants against the Crusaders.
That would be all I could possibly ask for.
Hugs for the great work you've done so far!