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First Legion Collection

Age of the Samurai

As it is a very large and diverse period of history, our figures focus primarily on the Battle of Nagashino in 1575. This latest release adds the Oda Nobunaga clan and we will follow up next with the Takeda army!

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World of Greeks

The initial launch covers Greek Hoplites, but the range will expand to Macedonian Phalanxes, Companion Cavalry, and enemies of Greece such as Darius and the mighty Persian Empire to name but a few.

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Roman Collection - Updated December 10, 2016

Legio I Minervia was raised by the Emperor Domitian in 82 AD for the war against the Germanic Tribes. This Legion participated in a wide variety of conflicts including the Dacian Wars under Trajan/Hadrian, the Parthian Wars under Verus, and the Germanic/Marcomannic Wars under Marcus Aurelius, the final battle of which was featured in the opening of the film "Gladiator." Though we are releasing them as Legio I Minervia, really the figures are suitable as any Roman Legion between the early 1st century AD through the period of the Late Roman Empire.

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Vikings - Updated December 23, 2016!

Vikings: Norse Raiders 8th to 11th Century! The Viking Age was the period from the 790's to 1066 when Germanic Norse seafarers raided and traded along the northern coast of Europe from their Scandinavian homeland. With advanced seafaring skills characterized by the long ship, the Norsemen explored, expanded, and formed settlements across a wide area reaching as far as the north eastern coast of North America to the west and Russia to the east.

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Crusaders

The Crusader state has been long been in a period of decline. The city of Acre stands alone as the last bastion of Crusader power in the Holy Land. Defended by the Military Holy Orders and various allies, Acre has now come under siege by the powerful Mamluk armies lead by Sultan Khalil. A fierce struggle ensues and the result is the final collapse of the Crusader State.

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Battle of Agincourt

Part of the Hundred Years' War, The Battle of Agincourt took place in 1415 and saw a numerically inferior English army under King Henry Vth defeat the French under the command of Charles D'Albret. The battle is best known for the role played by the English Long Bow with which the vast majority of the English were armed.

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Thirty Years War - Updated March 14, 2017!

The Thirty Years War was from 1618 to 1648 and was one of the bloodiest, most destructive conflicts in human history. The roots of the war grew out of conflict between Catholics and Protestants but over time the war spread to involve most of the great European powers of the age and became much less about religion and much more about political hegemony.

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Renaissance - Updated March 14, 2017!

The Renaissance is fascinating period of history, spanning roughly from the 14th-17th Centuries. It was an age of military innovation where the use of gun powder and cannons first came to prominence and were used alongside the heavy cavalry from the previous centuries. As such, it is typically referred to as the "Age of Pike and Shot" as the pike and the arquebus/musket were two of the primary weapons of the period.

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American Revolution - Updated December 10, 2016

Starting at the beginning, in 1775, with the untried colonial militia raising arms against the most powerful nation in the world in the British Empire. The first releases will take you to Lexington Green and Bunker Hill and the dawn of American Independence!

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American Civil War - Battle of Gettysburg 1863. - Updated December 23, 2016!

Lee invades the north!!! The Army of the Potomac and the Army of Northern Virginia collide at Gettysburg to decide the fate of a nation

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Napoleonic - Updated March 14, 2017!

This initial releases focus on the period from 1809-1815, with a heavy emphasis on the Battles of Borodino in 1812, Waterloo in 1815, and most recently Aspern-Essling in 1809. We present the French Grande Armee along with its many allies such as Westhphalia and Wurttemberg poised to take on the warriors of Imperial Russia, Austrian, and Great Britain. We not only provide you with French and British, but also Austrians, Russians, Prussians and the myriad of British and French Allies such as Nassau, KGL, Hanover, Brunswick, Westphalia, Wurttemberg and the Grand Duchy of Warsaw to name but a few. 1/30th scale figures.

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Seven Years War

Fought from 1756 through 1763, the war involved most of the major world powers and was fought not only in Europe, but throughout their various colonial holdings around the world.

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Wild West - Updated March 14, 2017!

First Legion is pleased to present our rendition of the "Wild West"! Inspired by, and something of an homage to, the "spaghetti" westerns that most of us enjoyed as children, the range will cover a wide variety of topics ranging from outlaws and lawmen to civilians and US Military and plains Indians.

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World War One - The Great War

The initial focus will be the Battle of the Somme in 1916, one of the bloodiest battles in human history, where nearly 1,000,000 men were casualties. We will start with Germans, British, French and from there we will expand to cover not only the early war and late war, but also the Eastern Front and North Africa.

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World War II - Updated March 14, 2017!

Featuring Germans and Russians from the Battle of Stalingrad and the Das Deutsche Afrika Korps!!! 
New added US 101st and US 4th Infantry, Normandy 1944!

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Anglo Zulu War

Elements of the regiment were heavily engaged in the desperate and heroic defense at Rorke's Drift where less than 150 British soldiers held off a Zulu force numbering close to 4,000.

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Vietnam

The series starts with US Infantry from the 25th "Tropic Lightning" Infantry Division. The division was heavily engaged throughout the war in and around the area of Saigon and is heavily associated with such battles as in the Iron Triangle, the Ho Bo Woods, the Boi Loi Woods, Hoc Mon, War Zone C, and even Cambodia. We have chosen to present them as they would have appeared in 1968/1969 right around the TET Offensive and the battles which followed with full kit out on a search and destroy operation.

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Buildings and Terrain

Includes terrific Russian Farmhouse, Stalingrad Buildings and castle pieces for the Siege of Acre.

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Unpainted Metal Kits - Scale 60mm

Unpainted model metal kits, scale 60mm.

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