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I second Prussian national cavalry regiments. überhaupt ;) do we 'need' much more Prussian and otner german units for the war of liberation.
yes i hope too prussian cavalry for 1813-1815
and the french cavalry dragoons -chasseurs a cheval -hussars (shako rouleau)-french lancers- polish lancers
What is really missing is basic prussian landwehr cavalry.
I agre I would love marshing poses for especialy French,austrians,prusians,rusians,british and poles for mini sets that would be the best.
Also some sets like british squares for waterloo.First line kneling with bayonets directed towards enemy horses(ponted to the chest of horse)-I would love to have of these at least 3 poses.Second line standing and firing-Third line with muskets with bayonets about there heads-2-3 poses would me suficient.
To make all armies with few but well selected poses
which u can use them in mass.Napoleonic wars was mostly about marching and keeping up soldiers in line.
Also dont forget Austrians-Manly Cuirassiers and dragoons-With comand figures for hat sets- just 4poses to add some wariety and especaly officers.French lancers its must have-I dont like hat set at all.Also as i was mentioning earlier French horse grenadiers in new uniforme for 100 days.And finly polish lanciers(hulans)in winter coats.
And i could go on..........and on.
Thanks for your time(for reading my post)
Best regards to all
I'm in favor of most of the kits suggested above, however, I would like to add one more to the list:
1805 Helmeted Austrian infantry. Marching or in action, or both even.