Fielding a large pike block of 39 figures is a big undertaking. An undertaking I do not tackle lightly. Though once completed, I never regret the time spent. The sight of a Renaissance pike block on the gaming table is a sight to behold. Since these lads will see service as either Swiss or Italians, I need to figure out a suitable banner or two. For now, they muster out bannerless.These 39 figures, distributed across three Impetvs-sized bases of thirteen figures each, are all Old Glory 28mm figures. Having a number of Old Glory figures from this range, I continue to maintain that this is one of Old Glory's finest 28mm lines. This block is a mix of armored and unarmored pikemen. I know I make this claim for Old Glory's Spanish-American War range too. Both ranges are excellent and continue to remain my favorites among Old Glory's massive diversity of figure lines.
What is next for the project? In the painting queue are a handful of Old Glory Swiss/Italian crossbowmen for a stand or two of 'T' classed missile troops.