The Elizabethan Home Guard – A Spanish Armada Muster in 54mm shiny toy soldier plastic

Watching the sea for Spanish ships from those Cornish granite cliffs … they’re behind you!

Work in Progress on the painting table.

Crossposted by Mark Man of TIN from his ‘sister blog’, Pound Store Plastic Warriors blog – enjoy!

https://poundstoreplasticwarriors.wordpress.com/2020/10/11/elizabethan-muster-for-the-spanish-armada-in-shiny-54mm/

2 thoughts on “The Elizabethan Home Guard – A Spanish Armada Muster in 54mm shiny toy soldier plastic”

  1. This is something that would work well with small numbers skirmishing on interesting terrain. I can see scenarios linked to your Cornish connections, the warning beacons, Spanish raids. Many of the figures could serve against Corsairs, with their raid on Cornwall in 1625, the Deetail range of Saracens would look good for the latter.
    Michael

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