To begin the process, Chariot #5 required the yoke to be removed, flipped, and reattached. Then one wheel required regluing and one shield arm replaced. After a few paint touch-ups, Minwax staining and rebasing, another chariot is ready for battle. A 60mm x 80mm base loaded with four horses, chariots and four riders is a heavy game piece. When it is plopped onto the table, it presence with be noted. Just imagine when nine of these beasts are deployed for battle.
Chariots #6 and #7 are in work but will not require the yoke to be removed, flipped, and reglued. Why? These two chariots arrived without a yoke. Luckily for me, Foundry sent two replacement yokes upon request. Even with a number of projects all wrestling for their turn at the painting desk, perhaps 2017 will see a project push for two Biblical armies? Why not?
Five chariots down, four to go.